Bovine Vaccinations


Bovine Vaccinations

Bovine Vaccinations are listed below:

InfectBovine Vaccinations Greenwood ARious Bovine Rhinotracheitis (IBR or Red Nose)

When: annual vaccine (killed or intranasal)
What: contagious virus in cattle that affects the upper airways. The virus in females can also cause inflammation in the vagina and vulva and result in abortion.
Who: cattle of all ages that have not been vaccinated or that have not been previously exposed and successfully treated

Bovine Virus Diarrhea (BVD)

When: annual vaccine
What: virus known for causing damage to the digestive and immune systems, pnuemonia, calf deformities, and abortions
Who: preweaning calves, heifers before breeding, cows and bulls

Bovine Parainfluenza Virus Type 3 (PI3)

When: annual vaccine
What: virus known to cause upper respiratory signs in cattle of all ages, but typically seen in young stressed cattle
Who: preweaning calves, heifers before breeding, cows and bulls

Bovine Respiratory Syncytial Virus (BRSV)

When: annual vaccine
What: virus known to cause upper respiratory signs in cattle of all ages, but typically seen in young stressed cattle
Who: heifers before breeding, cows and bulls

Leptospirosis (5-Way)

When: annual vaccine (every 3-6 months in some areas)
What: spirochete known to cause abortion and kidney failure
Who: preweaning calves, heifers before breeding, cows and bulls

Blackleg (7-Way)

When: annual vaccine
What: bacterial infection affecting young cattle causing acute death
Who: preweaning calves, and heifers before breeding

Brucellosis

When: one-time vaccination
What: bacterial infection causing infertility and abortions
Who: heifers (4-12 months)

Vibriosis

When: annual vaccine
What: bacterial infection causing infertility in heifers and bulls
Who: heifers and bulls before breeding

Pinkeye

When: as needed vaccine
What: bacterial infection propagated by flies especially in the summer months
Who: cattle of all ages

Pasteurella (Shipping Fever)

When: preweaning, booster 3-4 weeks
What: bacterial infection causing respiratory disease in young, stressed animals
Who: preweaning calves

Haemophilus somnus (Shipping Fever)

When: preweaning, booster 3-4 weeks
What: bacterial infection causing respiratory disease and acute death in young, stressed animals
Who: preweaning calves

E. coli (Colibacillosis)

When: cows, twice 30 days prior to calving
What: bacterial infection in calves typically less than 10 days old causing diarrhea, sepsis and death
Who: cows, twice 30 days prior to calving

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