Veterinary practitioner Ronan Gallagher talks about his home flock and how he uses Heptavac P plus
A World of protection ‘Ovilis Vaccines’
Sheep farmers and veterinarians need to work together to determine the best vaccination regime for the farm’s economic well-being. To reach this end, more than just the best vaccines are required. Sheep production and the reduction of disease is vital to ensure the successful operation of sheep farming in Ireland. Ovilis offers veterinary surgeons, farmers and sheep flocks a whole world of protection. The very best vaccines as part of a complete health management system, support services, continuous education and knowledge.
Increasing sheep production
Infectious diseases of sheep are responsible for reduced productivity and consequent economic losses in the sheep production industry. Ovilis vaccines provide comprehensive protection against sheep diseases reducing economic losses.
Supporting sheep vets
MSD Animal Health built this webpage for sheep farmers and veterinarians. The disease section focuses on economically significant diseases in the sheep industry, the vaccines section provides solutions to prevent these diseases and the news section focuses on relevant happenings on infectious diseases.
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- Tackling calf scour – Time to think vaccination – Bovilis Scour VaccineJames highlights how the Bovilis scour vaccine has helped reduce the risk of calf scour occurring on his dairy farm.
- Bovilis Scour Vaccine – The leading calf scour vaccineThe Bovilis Rotavec Corona is a single-shot injectable vaccination, given to pregnant cows to subsequently help protect the calf from diarrhoea caused by Bovilis Rotavec Corona is given pregnant dams to help protect the calf from scour causing pathogens.
- CepraLock: Dry-cow programme pays dividends for farmer – BovilisIt’s that time of year again, where the farmers turn their focus to preparing for the dry-cow period. We recently caught up with Wexford farmer, Patrick We recently caught up with Wexford dairy farmer, Patrick Banville, to learn more about how he is getting on with our new teat sealer CepraLock.
“Infectious diseases of sheep are responsible for reduced productivity and consequent economic losses in the sheep production industry“
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