Pasteurella (Pneumonia) Vaccine, 50 dose - 50 Dose Vial

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$23.99

Pasteurella (Pneumonia) Vaccine, 50 dose - 50 Dose Vial

Pasteurella (Pneumonia) Vaccine is for the vaccination of healthy goats, sheep and cattle as an aid in the prevention of pneumonia caused by Mannheimia haemolytica and Pasteurella multocida. 50 dose Read More

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Pasteurella Vaccine, 50 dose

Mannheimia Haemolytica-Pastuerella Multocida Bacterina is for the vaccination of healthy goats, sheep and cattle as an aid in the prevention of pneumonia caused by Mannheimia haemolytica and Pasteurella multocida.

Dosage Instructions: Inject 2 mL SQ and repeat in 2-4 weeks. 21-day slaughter withdrawal.

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Pasteurella (Pneumonia) Vaccine, 50 dose"

    I love this vaccine! I started buying it from Hoeggers, but they now say that they can't get it anymore. I was excited when I found out that Jeffers Livestock carried it and I could once again buy it! I have found that it has saved the lives of our goats and sheep ever since we started using it. I give the required shot with a booster two weeks later for the first time I use it on a goat or sheep. After that, I give them a booster shot once a year and have not had any issues with pneumonia in my livestock since. We live in a desert plains area where in the spring and fall the weather and temps fluctuate a lot from hot to cold. But because we are also on the desert prairies of central Washington, we also get the extreme cold wind chill factors in the wintertime. The Pasteurella has saved the loss of our herds due to pneumonia as long as we make sure that they get their vaccines.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Colorado Serum's pasteurelle pneumonia vaccine"

    Vaccinating against pneumonia is critical in goats. For folks living in wet areas and folks living in climates that swing dramatically from hot to cold to hot in short periods of time, you MUST vaccinate to prevent pneumonia in goats. I've been using this vaccine for 20+ years.

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "So far, so good."

    I started giving boosters / shots each Fall)year to me entire herd 2 years ago. No one has had pneumonia since. Coincidence, maybe. I do not want to fight pneumonia again!

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