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Nicky
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Endovac

Postby Nicky » Thu Apr 13, 2017 8:23 am

Anyone using it? It sure sounds good.
http://immvac.com/endovac-beef/

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Re: Endovac

Postby Faster horses » Thu Apr 13, 2017 9:29 am

I haven't heard of it, but #1, get your cattle's immune system up and many of these things go away on their own.
Enhanced immune system is everything, in fact, without it no vaccine works as well.

Sounds like vaccinating before the sickness it should help, doesn’t sound like it will cure anything but is more a preventative.
Again, another needle at 10 to 14 days after the first one, and 3 to 5 weeks apart for Pasteurella.
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Re: Endovac

Postby PPRM » Fri Apr 14, 2017 5:25 am

Hi Nicky,

I used it last year. It was on the advice of our vet based on eye issues we had had in years prior. I'm not 100 percent certain it didn't help in that we were late getting to some pastures and what we saw could of been partly due to eye injuries from seeds. My hope is to manage better this year.

Our vets in Umatilla County actually referenced using Endovac based on results in Baker County though.
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