Vaccines don’t just protect against calf diseases, they are an investment in your herd’s future health.

Vaccination an important part of early calf health
“Every farm is a different environment and communications between the farm and a veterinarian is important to set up a protocol for vaccines,” says Dr. Randy Graham, Senior Manager of Veterinary Services for cattle with Zoetis. “As a basic protocol, we want to protect against respiratory viruses and bacteria.”

Protecting calves
For many calf diseases, treatment costs and the extra labour they cause, such as additional
observation, handling, treating, cleaning and disinfection, are often far more than the cost of a vaccine.