Hemorrhagic Septicemia vaccination
Hemorrhagic Septicemia is a severe bacterial disease caused by certain strains of Pasteurella multicoda. It primarily affects cattle and water buffalo, but infrequently affects pigs, small ruminants, and other hoof-stock. It is rapidly fatal. The disease is spread through contact with infected animals, contaminated clothing, equipment, and through ingestion or inhalation of the bacteria. Animals under stress or with poor body condition are believed to be more susceptible to P. multicoda infection.
|Disease||Vaccine||Time for vaccination||Dose rate and Rout of Administration|
|Hemorrhagic Septicemia||HS||May-June and November-December||5 ml /300 kg s/c|
|HS||Once a year (Before rainy season)||5 ml I/M|
Note: Check out dose rate according to your country.