Agavac

Agavac

Product Description

Species Sheeps, goats.
Composition
  • Active substance:
    Mycoplasma agalactiae, inactivated, strain AG 6 ………… ≥0.60 EU *) ELISA units
    Excipient:
    Aldehydeformic 38% ……………………………………….. ……….. ≤0.5mg
    Adjuvant:
    Aluminum hydroxide …………………………………….. 2.8 – 3.4 mg AI2O3
Indications
  • It is used in immunoprophylaxis of contagious agalaxis of sheep and goats.
    The product is indicated for the active immunization of the two target species and the prevention of infection. Immunity is established 21 days after the second vaccination and lasts at least 6 months.
Dosage and method of administration
  • The vaccine is given to pregnant animals in the 3rd and 4th months of gestation subcutaneously in a dose of 1 ml, behind the elbow or at the base of the tail. The second administration is made after 21 days, with the same dose.
Contraindications
  • Do not vaccinate:
    – sheep and goats in the last month of gestation;
    – animals with infectious and parasitic diseases;
    – stressed animals;
    – immunosuppressed animals due to nutritional and maintenance factors.
Warning
  • Frequent edema may occur at the site of inoculation mild hyperthermia (0.5-1.5OC) which disappears after 24-48 hours, leaving a small, hard, persistent vaccine nodule that disappears in the next 21 of days.
    Anaphylactic reactions may rarely occur in vaccinated animals. In the in these cases an antihistamine product will be administered. SIDE postvaccination does not significantly influence the general condition of animals.
Release form
  • Vials x50 ml (50 doses), 100 ml (100 doses).

*Not all package sizes can be realized.

Storage conditions Store in original package. Protect from light and moisture. Keep out of the reach of children and animals. Store separately from food and animal feeding at +2 to +8°С.
Shelf life Indicated on the packaging.
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