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CRC Rumensin

Administer one CRC rumensin bolus 3 weeks prior to calving.

How does Rumensin CRC work?

The monensin include in these boluses change the bacteria in the rumen. These bacterias produce propionic acid and cows will use this acid and convert it into glucose (sugar). We will get less ketosis (low sugar) in the fresh cows and less problems related to ketosis. Find out more…

Vaccine against mastitis (J-vac or Enviracor)

You have to give 3 doses of this vaccine. The first one at dryoff, another one 4-6 weeks after and a last dose after calving. This vaccine will help you to prevent acute mastitis for 4 months after the last shot.

How this vaccine works?

These vaccines contains E.coli parts. This bacteria is responsible for acute mastitis (watery milk, swelling, fever). These bacterials parts aren’t stimulating the immune system properly. With 3 shots, we stimulate the immune system enough to help the cow when the real bacteria will show up. Find out more…

 

There are two types of vaccination protocols for lactating cows:

Killed Vaccine (Triangle 10)

First vaccination: Give 5 cc under the skin (subcutaneous) now and booster by repeating a second 5 cc dose in 2-4 weeks.

Repeat annually after this initial dosing.

Vaccinated animals: Give one 5 cc injection annually.

Killed Vaccine (Triangle 5)

First vaccination: Give 2 cc under the skin (subcutaneous) now and booster by repeating a second 2 cc dose in 2-4 weeks.

Repeat annually after this initial dosing.

Vaccinated animals: Give one 2 cc injection annually.

Modified-Live Vaccine (Pyramid 5)

Give one 2cc dose under the skin (subcutaneous) to cow after each calving. This injection is to be given 2 weeks after calving and 30 days prior to breeding.