Looking for help and advice ... I have searched the forum here and I know that others have had success treating Silent Pneumonia and/or Pasturella but I'm looking for the specific treatments. We show together and it's coming to light that last year at shows we must have picked up this cold/chronic cough, slight runny nose, that lightly seems to come and go with no fevers. With the weather changes of spring here, it has reared it's ugly head in force and we now believe we are dealing with Pasturella. We had been told before that the one or two animals that had a faint winter cough were just suffering from some "lung scarring" from the cold they got after the show... this does NOT seem to be the case, as now after a year another buck has gotten it who was not shown or with those that showed. Thank you so much in advance... They've already lost one buck today he was fine just 2 days ago and this morning gone. So any help is very much appreciated. Aeromycin Cumbles on the feed: How long do we do this for? Package recommends no more than 5 days for Calves, and I understood that I was to use the directions/amounts for Calves, not sheep or swine. Directions for calves = Feeding Directions: Feed 4 Ounces Per 100 Lb Bodyweight Daily. Feed For Not More Than Five Days. Next we're looking into doing an antibody: Probably Bovi-Sera Serum, as recommended by another breeder... I know this is a very controversial issue giving antibody serum's... but if anyone here has any positive experience with Pasturella I'd like to hear it please. Or if you know of another antibody that may work with Pasturella, I'd love to know. Then once the animals are back on track, we'd like to vaccinate with: Pasteurella (Pneumonia) Vaccine by Colorado Serum called "Mannheimia Haemolytica-Pasteurella Multocida Bacterin" My questions that I am DESPERATELY searching for answers are related to dosages, how many days to give these medications, and ANY other helpful information regarding recovery from Silent Pneumonia and/or Pasturella . We also have babies, pre-weaning age (from birth - 10 weeks old) and up to 6 year old doe's... so can everyone eat the crumbles and get the shots or ???