Health Problems


The feedlot systems characterized by overcrowding, facilitate the transmission of infectious diseases, with respiratory, neurological, eye and digestive, the most common causes of morbidity and mortality losses.


The close contact between animals involved in this production system, the mix of troops from various sources, etc. inprescindible makes the application of greater productivity measures; still need to vaccinate them upon arrival to the establishment against infectious agents such as:

Clostridia (Black Leg, Malignant Edema and Enterotoxemia), anthrax, viruses and bacteria responsible for bovine respiratory disease, of infectious keratoconjunctivitis and infectious foot rot.


Attention should be given to animals in the first three weeks of joining the feedlot.


Calves arriving at the feedlot systems no longer have passive immunity (that his mother gave him), but acquire active immunity, through the application of inactivated vaccines.

• Carbunclo (prevention of Anthrax), 1 dose.



• Infectious keratoconjunctivitis, 2 doses with an interval of 21 days.


• Infectious Pododermatitis.

Application of Vaccines


• IBR-DVB-PI3 (against infectious rhinotracheitis virus , Bovine viral diarrhea and Parainfluenza 3 ), 2 doses with an interval of 21 days .


• Pasteurella and Haemophilus Somnus , 2 doses with an interval of 21 days.


• Clostridiales (Black Leg, Malignant Edema and Enterotoxemia), 1 dose.




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