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VACCINATION  SCHEDULE  FOR  SHEEP AND GOAT

 

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Disease

Vaccination Schedule

Expected month for vaccination in a year

Dose & Route

Remarks

Primary

Regular Vaccine

1

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Lambs vaccinated at two months of age with a booster dose 21 days to 1 month later. These born to unvaccinated ewes should be vaccinated with 1st dose 1-2 weeks and as booster dose later from 21 days to 1 month

Pregnant ewes 1.5 month before lambing and a booster 1 month before lambing (i.e. 15-21 days gap between the two annually)

December-January for pregnant animals and March-April for dry flock and male livestock. Repeated in September/October for the latter.

1 ml or

2 ml S/C

Regular vaccination along with booster dose is necessary. Animals vaccinated in first time in April/May with a booster dose 21 days later

2

 

 

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At the age of 3 month & above.

Annually in case of live & biannually in case of killed vaccine.

March or April.

1 ml I/M

5ml s/c

Regular vaccination is necessary

3

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At the age of  3 month & above

Annually

March or April

1 ml S/C

Regular vaccination is necessary

4

FMD

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3 & month and above

Twice in a year

March & September

1 ml S/C or

1 ml I/M

Regular vaccination is necessary

5

PPR

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4 month 7 above

Every 3 years interval

April

1 ml/ S/C

Regular vaccination is necessary

Note:

  The primary vaccination schedule is maintained serially and for each vaccination a minimum of 15-21 days interval should be followed.

  Labels should be checked in each case for route and dosage.

  Due to extended breeding season in certain cases application of the schedule may be accordingly adjusted.

  Local veterinarian should be contacted for professional advice in application of the schedule in given circumstance.