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Mannheimia Haemolytica-Pasteurella Multocida Bacterin. For vaccination of healthy goats, sheep, & cattle as an aid in the prevention of pneumonia... Read More
Pasteurella (Pneumonia) VaccineMannheimia Haemolytica-Pasteurella Multocida Bacterin
For vaccination of healthy goats, sheep, and cattle as an aid in the prevention of pneumonia caused by Mannheimia haemolytica and Pasteurella multocida.
Inject 2 mL SQ and repeat in 2-4 weeks. 21-day slaughter withdrawal.
- Brand: Colorado Serum
- Form: Injectable
- Prevention Type: Shipping Fever (Pneumonia), Respiratory
I used this vaccine before a few times with no issues- this year I vaccinated my three goats only to have my doe scream in pain- and later bloat up and die in hours (even with treatment) yes all precautions were taken and the vaccine was given correctly. This was a devastating blow to me and my family as she was a sweet and beloved pet forever and always. Will NEVER buy Colorado Serum again!
"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.
"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.
"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!
"Good for most goats"
I gave this vaccine to my herd of Nigerian & Nigerian/Pygora cross goats. The Nigerians all did fine & I have not had any sniffles since giving the vaccine. All 3 of my pet Nigerian/Pygora cross goats had a bad reaction & almost died. A few hours after receiving the vaccine they started acting miserable & bloated really bad. It took banamine & bloat medication to pull them through. Not sure why they had that type of reaction - they were totally healthy prior to receiving the vaccine. They are brothers & sisters out of the same litter, so maybe they have some type of allergy to the ingredients. I will not be giving them the vaccine again!
We vaccinated our herd of nigerian dwarfs this year for the first time with this pasteuralla vaccine. We are over halfway through the winter and so far no pnuemonia, not even a cough or a runny nose. So far so good, I am impressed.
"So far it's worked great!"
A few years back we brought back Pneumonia from a goat show... it swept through the entire herd and resulted in 1 death. The following year we administered this vaccine and have had no issues at all with any respiratory infections or coughing. I am very happy to have found this product and highly recommend it to those with goats!