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Beyond the Bale : September 2012
Cheesy Gland is a common bacterial disease and estimated to cost the Australian Sheep Industry around $30 million per year.1 It is highly contagious and is usually spread at shearing, dipping and after mustering or yarding sheep. For optimum protection Glanvac lambs twice, once at marking and a 2nd dose at weaning, followed by an annual booster. For more information contact your Pfizer Representative or call 1800 814 883 (Option 4). Reference:1. Paton MW et al. Prevalence of Caseous Lymphadenitis and Usage of Caseous Lymphadenitis Vaccines in sheep Flocks. AVJ 2003;81(1&2):91-95 . www.pfizeranimalhealth.com.au Pfizer Australia Pty Ltd, 38--42 Wharf Road, West Ryde, NSW 2114. ABN 50 008 422 348. ®Registered trademark of Pfizer Australia. Aug 2012. AM712 PAL0744/BTB. Reduce Cheesy Gland from around 31% to 3% when you vaccinate twice with Glanvac® B12. 1