Glanvac® 3 B12

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    • Glanvac® 3 B12 provides sheep with protection against Cheesy Gland (CLA), tetanus and pulpy kidney with the added ability to correct cobalt deficiency in lambs and adult sheep.
    • The type of adjuvant and the purification procedures used ensure maximum protection to stock against CLA, enterotoxaemia, and tetanus with minimal local site reaction.
    • Vitamin B12 is required for energy production, cell division and replication as well as wool production.
    • Control of caseous lymphadenitis (CLA); prevention of enterotoxaemia (pulpy kidney disease) and tetanus in sheep and lambs.
    • Treats and prevents Vitamin B12 deficiency in areas of known or suspected cobalt deficiency.
    • Maintain a high level of disease protection in the breeding flock for the next 12 months.
    • Improve lamb marking percentages by preventing clostridial deaths such as pulpy kidney.
    • Improve meat quality through cheesy gland protection, ensuring export and domestic customers receive a quality product.
    • Maintain a high level of vitamin B12 in pregnant and lactating ewes during periods of high requirement.
    • Improve wool quality and quantity by protecting against cheesy gland and maintaining vitamin B12 reserves.
  • Injection (plastic pack): 250mL, 500mL

    • Inject 1mL subcutaneously on the side of the neck just behind and below the base of the ear.
    • In previously unvaccinated animals of all ages give a 1mL dose and repeat 4 weeks later.
    • A booster dose of 1mL given 12 months after the two initial doses should confer lifelong immunity against tetanus.
    • Give all animals annual booster doses to control caseous lymphadenitis (CLA).
    • Where possible give the annual booster prior to the time of maximum risk, e.g. transfer to lush pasture or grain feeding in the case of enterotoxaemia.
    • Pregnant ewes: Give previously unvaccinated animals 1mL at the time of mating; repeat at up to 4 weeks before the expected date of birth. Omit the dose at mating in previously vaccinated animals.
    • Vaccinated pregnant ewes will pass on immunity to their lambs in the colostrum; lambs should be protected for the first 6 to 8 weeks of their lives.
    • One dose is considered sufficient to protect lambs against Vitamin B12 deficiency for up to 14 weeks in areas of marginal cobalt deficiency.
    • 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.
    • Localised swelling may develop at the injection site and a firm nodular lump may persist for some weeks or even months.
    • Storage
      Store at 2°C to 8°C (refrigerate. Do not freeze). Protect from light. Prolonged exposure to light will have an adverse effect on Vitamin B12.
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