Bovilis Guardian Cattle Vaccine

Merck Animal Health

12709

One-dose revaccination before calving gives broad-spectrum scours control

Killed virus and bacterin-toxoid for the vaccination of healthy pregnant cattle to provide passive immunity against neonatal calf diarrhea caused by enterotoxigenic E. coli pilus type K99, Bovine G...Read More

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  • Bovilis Guardian Cattle Vaccine -
    10 dose
    Item #: 12709-1
    This item cannot ship to AA, AE, AP addresses
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    Temperature Sensitive Item - Requires Insulated Container
    Buy in Quantity of 12 for a Case
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    buy in quantities of 12
    Weight: 0.15lbs
    12709-1
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    $51.14
  • Bovilis Guardian Cattle Vaccine -
    50 dose
    Item #: 12709-2
    This item cannot ship to AA, AE, AP addresses
    Expedited Shipping May Be Required
    To ensure the quality of this item, Expedited Shipping options and charges may be presented at checkout based on your shipping destination and the day of the week you place your order.
    Temperature Sensitive Item - Requires Insulated Container
    Buy in Quantity of 12 for a Case
    Available in cases, when you
    buy in quantities of 12
    Weight: 0.65lbs
    12709-2
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    $231.99

Product Features

  • Stimulates protection against the most prevalent strains of Rotavirus and Coronavirus, plus K99 E. coli scours and Cl. perfringens B, C & D
May be suitable for use on Organic Farms. Check with your certifier.

Description

Killed virus and bacterin-toxoid for the vaccination of healthy pregnant cattle to provide passive immunity against neonatal calf diarrhea caused by enterotoxigenic E. coli pilus type K99, Bovine Group A Serotype G6 and G10 Rotaviruses, Bovine Coronaviruses types 1 and 3, and Enterotoxemia caused by Cl. perfringens types C & D.

Dosage: 2 ml subcut 3 months prior to calving, repeat in 3-6 weeks. Revaccinate 5-7 weeks prior to subsequent calving. 60 day slaughter withdrawal.

Anaphylactoid reactions may occur. Antidote: Epinephrine.

U.S. Lic. No. 165A.

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