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Biovex International is one of The Leading Supplier of Cattle Vaccines

Cattle vaccines are used to protect against diseases that can affect the health and productivity of cattle. These vaccines work by introducing a small amount of a modified or inactivated form of the disease-causing agent into the animal's body. This triggers the animal's immune system to produce antibodies and immune cells that can recognize and fight off the disease if the animals are subsequently exposed to it. Cattle vaccines can be administered by injection, orally, or through the nose or eye. Some common cattle vaccines include vaccines against diseases such as foot and mouth disease, brucellosis, and bovine respiratory disease.

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The formalin-inactivated Pasteurella multocida P-52 and Clostridium chauvoei-49 bacteria are suspended in an aluminium hydroxide gel to create the combined H.S.-B.Q (Strain IVRI). vaccination.Hemorrhagic septicemia (HS), an acute and highly fatal disease of cattle and buffalo, is caused by Pasteurella multocida. Black quarter (BQ) is an acute, contagious illness brought on by the gram-positive, anaerobic bacteria Clostridium chauvoei. Inflammation, and gaseous oedema of the skeletal muscle are the characteristics.

 

  • Administered through subcutaneous route.

  • 25 dose vial presentation.

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Live Attenuated Lumpy Skin Disease Virus Vaccine

A poxvirus disease in cattle known as lumpy skin disease causes nodules on the skin and mucous membranes of internal organs, emaciation, swollen lymph nodes, skin oedema, and occasionally death. This vaccine is a freeze-dried, live attenuated Lumpy skin disease viral vaccine prepared from the Neethling strain of the virus.

  •  Administered through subcutaneous route.

  • 50, 100 and 150 dose vial presentation.

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Animals with cloven hooves are particularly susceptible to Foot and Mouth Disease, which has the potential to cause significant loss.A typical case of foot-and-mouth disease is characterized by a follicular condition of the feet, buccal mucosa, and female mammary glands. Clinical manifestations range from mild to severe and can be fatal, especially in young animals.

  •  Administered through a subcutaneous route.

  • 50, 100 and 300 ml vial presentation.

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BQ vaccine

Blackleg is a severe, often fatal condition that affects sheep and cattle that is carried  by Clostridium chauvoei. Emphysematous swelling of the musculature's distinctive lesions frequently appear in cattle without a history of wounds. Initial symptoms may include lameness along with fever sometimes. 

  •  Administered through a subcutaneous route.

  • 50 dose vial presentation.

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