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Posted by Helene on May 04, 2002 at 11:31:56:
In Reply to: Re: Covexin-8 is it safe for goats? posted by Linda F on May 04, 2002 at 08:54:32:
I found an article that gave the dosage I will copy and paste what it says below, and I will also provide the URL at the bottom
Products - Bar-Vac® CD/T, Bar-Vac® 7, C-D Toxoid, Covexin™-8, Colorado Serum CD/T. Fermicon CD/T, C/D, Ultrabac C, Electroid® D
Dosage and directions - Administer 1 ml intramuscularly (IM). Repeat in 21 days. Revaccinate annually. Vaccination of pregnant animals provides of protective antitoxin through the colostrum to nursing newborns until they are old enough to be vaccinated. Young animals can be vaccinated at any age followed by a booster shot in 21 days. Goats require regular revaccination at 6 monthly intervals to maintain effective immunity against enterotoxemia (CSL Ltd., Australia).
Precaution(s): Avoid carcass secondary infection at injection site.
Localized swelling may develop at the site of injection.
Anaphylactic reactions may occur following the use of this biological.
Withdrawal - 21 days
I found that info here
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