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Hoggets, not previously vaccinated

A typical response to vaccination from previously unvaccinated hoggets was recorded during summer from the Glen Innes district in New South Wales, Australia. The worm egg counts stayed low from November until mid-February, despite good rains in the district.

Hogget resuts graph 1

Using Barbervax in hoggets vaccinated as lambs the previous year.

Vaccination no.

When to adminster

Considerations

V1

November/December

Administer earlier if Spring was wet.

V2

6-weekly intervals after V1

Continue while protection is required.


Hoggets, previously vaccinated

A typical response to vaccination from hoggets first vaccinated when weaners was recorded near Armidale in New South Wales, Australia.

Lamb hogget results graph

Dorper ewes and lambs, not previously vaccinated

These Dorper ewes on a property near Glen Innes in New South Wales, Australia, had consistently low worm egg counts during their course of Barbervax.

Ewes results graph 1

Using Barbervax in breeding ewes vaccinated the previous year.

Vaccination no.

When to adminster

Considerations

V1

1-2 weeks pre-lambing

This should be given with an effective pre-lambing drench to control scour worms as well as any early barbers pole worm and ewes should be moved to a low worm-risk lambing paddock that has been prerpared over the previous 6 months.


V2

At lamb marking

V3

6-weekly intervals


Continue while protection is required.

 

Another example of low Barber’s Pole worm egg counts following use of Barbervax. These Merino ewes on a property near Armidale in New South Wales, Australia had been vaccinated as hoggets the previous season.

Ewes results graph 2