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  • Salmonella Newport Bacterial Extract vaccine with SRP technology effectively helps control infection and fecal shedding of Salmonella Newport, resulting in reduced disease incidence and improved herd performance.1

    An effective management tool to help control disease

    The SRP antibodies generated by vaccination with Salmonella Newport Bacterial Extract vaccine have been shown to recognize the SRP’s of several common Salmonella serotypes.2

    Salmonella Newport Bacterial Extract vaccine with SRP technology is an effective, preharvest management tool in the control of disease and fecal shedding. A field study conducted in large Texas herds showed that prevalence of Salmonella in cull cows was much less in herds vaccinated with Salmonella Newport Bacterial Extract vaccine with SRP technology.3

    Sanitation and biosecurity protocols supported by annual vaccination are effective strategies to control Salmonella.
     

    Improved milk production and herd performance of cattle subclinically infected with Salmonella through greater control of salmonellosis in vaccinated herds. 

    A published study conducted in a dairy herd with no clinical signs of salmonellosis demonstrated that vaccination with Salmonella Newport Bacterial Extract vaccine with SRP technology resulted in 2.5 pounds more milk per cow per day in vaccinated cattle. There also was a reduction in somatic cell count associated with vaccination.1

    Salmonella Newport Bacterial Extract vaccine with SRP technology is now being offered by Zoetis
     

    1 Hermesch DR, Thomson DU, Loneragan GH, Renter DR, White BJ. Effects of a commercially available vaccine against Salmonella enterica serotype Newport on milk production, somatic cell count, and shedding of Salmonella organisms in female dairy cattle with no clinical signs of salmonellosis. AJVR 2008;69(9):1229-1234.
    2 Epitopix, LLC. N-0005-136-142
    3 Loneragan, GH et al. Salmonella in Cull Dairy Cattle of the Texas High Plains. 89th Annual Meeting of the Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases, December 7-9, 2008, Chicago, Illinois.

  • Directions

    Shake well before use. Administer 2 mL (1 dose) subcutaneously ahead of the shoulder. Revaccinate in two to four weeks. Dry cows and bred heifers should be vaccinated twice before calving; whole-herd vaccination may be done at any stage of lactation as an aid to control salmonellosis. Revaccinate annually.

  • Precautions

    Store at 35° to 45°F (2° to 7°C). DO NOT FREEZE. Use entire contents when first opened.

    Do not vaccinate within 60 days of slaughter.

    Transient swelling may occur at the injection site.

    In case of allergic response, administer flunixin meglumine and/or epinephrine.

    Contains an emulsified adjuvant; in case of self-injection, seek immediate medical attention.

    The product license is conditional. Efficacy and potency test studies in progress.

    Technical inquiries: 800-366-5288

*This product license is conditional. Efficacy and potency test studies are in progress.

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