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Old 04-22-2017, 09:32 AM   #81
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If a doe has had her CDT at 1 mo. and 2 mo. old, do you still give a booster 3 weeks before she kids?
Does the initial immunity get passively transferred to each kid in the colostrum for up to 3 years?
That would be great if it did!


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Only passive immunity gets transferred to colostrum. The vaccine at the end of pregnancy just blows up the does immune system. Titers from the vaccine itself don't transfer.


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Passive immunity covers the kids as long as they are nursing... The longer the better.
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That's very interesting!
We normally let our kids nurse for 6 months before weaning and selling them.
Is that long enough Jill?
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Stephanie, even your tetanus vaccine can be given at 3 to 5 year intervals. They last about 10 years in the body.
Many people site the high metabolism for using more often but, that metabolism actually gives a greater response to the vaccines and promotes a longer effective life.
Awesome....does tetanus need a booster too?
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Old 04-24-2017, 11:06 PM   #86
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I vaccinated 2 pregnant ND does with this a month before they kidded. (2 months ago now.) Everything was fine, no issues. I had been planning on vaccinating their kids next weekend from the same bottle. I'm nervous to do so now, but on the other hand, my does were fine. If the vaccine was going to harm the kids, wouldn't they have been born with issues (if alive at all) because they were exposed to it in utero? I'd hate to waste the vaccine, and I hate the lumps that they get with other CDT vaccine brands, but of course I'd rather have lumpy kids than dead kids.


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