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Bovilis Ringvac 5 calf dose, POM-V (fridge)

£18.50 (+ VAT)

VM 06376/4048

Out of stock


FEB 2021 – DISCONTINUED – alternatives available under SIC to vets only. Contact us for more details.

For active immunisation of cattle to reduce clinical signs of ringworm caused by Trichophyton verrucosum. (prophylactic dose) and to shorten the recovery time of infected cattle showing clinical signs of ringworm (therapeutic dose).

Onset of immunity has been demonstrated at 3 weeks after completion of the recommended course.

The duration of protection has not been determined but experience of use in the field suggests that after the recommended course has been completed cattle continue to be protected without re-vaccination


Prophylaxis:                                                      Therapy:

Calves from 2 weeks to 4 months: 2 ml           Calves from 2 weeks to 4 months:   4 ml

Older cattle:                                    4 ml            Older cattle:                               8 ml



Administration is by intramuscular injection preferably in the neck

Initially the whole herd should be vaccinated with a course of 2 vaccinations, 10-14 days apart. Subsequently, for closed herds only young calves require revaccination at around 2 weeks of age, followed by a second injection 10-14 days later. New animals introduced into the herd should receive a full vaccination course at the appropriate dosage. No subsequent doses are required.