I'm sure the schedule would be the same, just follow the withdrawal time for the vaccine...it's usually 30 days for meat and 21 for milk, same way with wormers...there are withdrawal times listed for meat as well as milk.
Thats one thing I wouldn't want to worry about tetanus.
I wouldn't band with them having their vaccine.
I also dont want to eat an intact buck. Wethered is much better and easier!
Over eating disease, I wouldn't want to have to worry about that either.
In spring they go from hay to pasture and I sure wouldn't want to loose one because of an illness thats preventable. IMO, that would be a waste. I wont eat a sick animal.
Before, when we raised only meat goats we didn't vaccinate and didn't have any problems, but with our reg. goats we vaccinate and don't take a chance on overeating and tetanus. I have heard that fullbloods are more prone to diseases than mixed breeds, and from our experience that is true with worms especially.