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Leptospira interogans serovars pomona and tarassovi cause abortions, stillbirths, weak or sick piglets and kidney lesions (white spots) in grower and finisher pigs. Lepto-Eryvac® vaccine will prevent leptospirosis as well as providing protection against swine erysipelas caused by Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae (insidiosa) infection.
Lepto-Eryvac® is the only pig vaccine available in Australia that provides dual protection against two important Leptospira serovars. Minimisation of urinary shedding helps prevent piggery and abattoir workers from contracting the disease and dramatically reduces the spread of disease within piggeries
2.5mL injected subcutaneously at the base of and immediately behind the ear.
Introduced pigs should be vaccinated twice before being allowed to enter the herd.
This product can be stored and used for up to 30 days after first opening. On each subsequent reuse, swab the opening with a suitable disinfectant (for example, methylated spirits) both before and after using. A sterile needle must be used each time product is removed. Store unused material upright, at 2°C to 8°C (refrigerated) and in the original cardboard packaging to protect from light.
A primary vaccination should be given to all unvaccinated stock. They should receive 2 doses at a 4 to 6 week interval. In unvaccinated herds, all pigs should be vaccinated, regardless of age or sex. Introduced pigs should be vaccinated twice before entering the herd. Piglets born to vaccinated sows should receive the first dose at weaning (4 weeks of age) and a second dose 4 to 6 weeks later. Booster doses: All animals in the herd, including all males, should be revaccinated every 6 months to maintain immunity. Breeding females should be given their semiannual booster about 1 month before farrowing. This will pass on temporary immunity to piglets via colostrum in addition to protecting the sows.
In the event of an outbreak of erysipelas, all pigs on the property should be vaccinated immediately, followed by a second dose 4 to 6 weeks later.
Booster doses should be given at regular six monthly intervals to all stock to maintain herd immunity.
Primary vaccination. Previously unvaccinated animals should receive 2 doses at a 4 to 6 week interval. In unvaccinated herds all animals, regardless of age and sex, should be vaccinated.