MORAXELLA BOVOCULI BACTERIN
Stop pinkeye before it starts.
Available from Merck Animal Health, MORAXELLA BOVOCULI BACTERIN is shown to be effective against pinkeye caused by Moraxella bovoculi. Vaccination is the first critical step in a three-part approach to managing pinkeye in cattle, including fly control and pasture management.
About MORAXELLA BOVOCULI BACTERIN
- For the vaccination of healthy cattle 14 weeks of age or older against pinkeye.
- Includes 8 different M. bovoculi Isolates in one convenient shot.2
- Replaces the need for an autogenous vaccine.
- This is a conditionally licensed product. To purchase, contact your veterinarian or Merck Animal Health representative.
Dosage and Usage:
- Administer one 2 mL dose subcutaneously followed by a second 2 mL dose given 21 days later.
- Gently rock to mix before and during use.
- Use entire vial contents when first opened.
- Store at 35°-46° F (2°-8° C). Do not freeze.
- Do not vaccinate within 21 days before slaughter.
- Available in 10-dose and 50-dose options.
An Effective Approach at Preventing Pinkeye
A bacteria called M. bovis is known to be a major cause of pinkeye. Vaccines such as BOVILIS® PILIGUARD® PINKEYE, BOVILIS® PILIGUARD® PINKEYE+7 AND BOVILIS® 20/20 VISION® 7 WITH SPUR help protect against this pathogen.
However, a recent study found that up to 80% of pinkeye cases were found to include M. bovoculi alone or along with M. bovis.1 MORAXELLA BOVOCULI BACTERIN protects against this secondary pathogen.
It Takes Two
Utilizing a combination approach and vaccinating against both M. bovis and M. bovoculi can help your herd gain the maximum protection they need against pinkeye.
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1Pinkeye in cattle. Mississippi State University Extension Service. POD-02-14.
2Field Safety Trial: Moraxella Bovoculi Bacterin, Product Code 2A77.00, June 17, 2016.