Alpha 7 50ds
Boehringer Ingelheim - Alpha-7 is the only vaccine of its kind, offering a single-dose, 7-way clostridial vaccine to minimize administration work and stress on the animal.
Alpha-7 is the only vaccine of its kind, offering a single-dose, 7-way clostridial vaccine to minimize administration work and stress on the animal. For use in healthy susceptible beef and dairy cattle; there’s no milk withhold. When used in cattle 3 months of age or older, there’s no need for a booster due to its unique adjuvant that provides a longer duration of immunity. Alpha-7 protects against disease caused by Clostridium chauvoei (blackleg), Cl. septicum (malignant edema), Cl. novyi (black disease), Cl. sordellii (sord or gas gangrene) and Cl. perfringens (Types C & D) which can cause enterotoxemia and enteritis.
Species: Beef and dairy cattle (lactating and non-lactating), 3 months of age or older
FEATURES / BENEFITS
The only single-dose clostridial vaccine; meaning less labor and time and minimized stress to the animals.
Creates strong immune response and duration of immunity; providing good, long-lasting protection.
Can be used in pregnant/non-pregnant, lactating/non-lactating beef or dairy; no worrying about milk withhold or an ill-effect on a fetus.
Contains antigens for Clostridium chauveoi, septicum, novyi, sordellii and perfringens (Types C & D) bacterin-toxoid in a gentamycin preservative.
Clostridial antigens create a strong immune response in cattle and protection against disease; this has been tested in direct challenge trials under actual feedlot conditions.
Store between 35 to 45 ˚F (2 to 7 ˚C).
Do not vaccinate within 60 days of slaughter.
Swelling at injection site may occur; epinephrine may be used to treat anaphylactoid reactions.
Animal use only—accidental injection to humans can cause serious tissue reactions. Contact a physician if accidental injection occurs.
Shake well before using. Use on healthy susceptible cattle.
Administer 2 ml subcutaneously using an aseptic technique. An annual 2 ml booster dose is recommended. Cattle vaccinated under 3 months of age should be revaccinated at weaning or 4 to 6 months of age.
Use entire contents when opened.