Causes of feedlot lameness
Tend-R-Leen ®- a division of Domain, Inc.
March, 2009
Pneumonia Prevention
Pneumonia is a source of economic loss to cattle feeders, not VACCINATION PROGRAM:
only in lost cattle, but also in terms of lost gains, treatment, These are only recommendations. Always consult your local medical expenses, and time spent doctoring sick steers. veterinarian before beginning a vaccination program. Preventing pneumonia before it starts will help retain your Vaccines should be used only with your veterinarian's profits and get your cattle to market sooner. recommendation and approval. Always follow label directions. VACCINATE. Vaccinate against the major viruses and
Arrival Vaccination Schedule: Unweaned Calves
Your respiratory vaccination program should include: Mannhemia spp. (formerly known as Pasturella Fast protection for IBR/PI3 and other non-specific P. multocida and Haemophilus somnus if your veterinarian feels these diseases are a problem in Consult your veterinarian for a complete vaccination program Fortress 7 (Clostridial) One Shot (Pasteurella vaccine) REDUCE STRESS. Pneumonia usually begins when an
animal under stress is less able to fight off an invading viral or
A booster of Somubac is required 2 weeks later Arrival Vaccination Schedule: 200-500 Lb.Calves

Don't over stimulate and stress cattle when Fast protection for IBR/PI3 and other non-specific • Group together animals by age and size. Don't • Keep the diet/ration the same or make changes • Feed consistently, don’t allow cattle to run out of feed, • Provide adequate levels of vitamins and minerals. TREATMENT:
• Provide clean, dry housing with good ventilation. There are several excellent antibiotics available such as • Avoid high stress procedures (dehorning, castration, Baytril, Micotil, LA200, and Nuflor. Consult your veterinarian vaccinating) either right before or after other events, for the best course of treatment for your operation. such as moving. Provide a source of clean, fresh In addition, feeds medicated with AS700, CTC and Terramycin • Minimize exposure to dust and fumes. • Minimize heat stress. TIPS FOR PROPER VACCINE HANDLING:
1. Select the right products by choosing only • Don’t go back into the vaccine bottle with the federally licensed products backed by full • Change needles frequently (at least every 10 to 2. Don’t combine vaccines - use only approved 3. Read the label and follow these instructions: dosage, timing, route of administration, warnings, storage, withdrawal period, disposal, • Clean transfer needles regularly with hot water Disinfect needle between injections when using Use transfer needles to fully reconstitute 5. Don’t mix too much. Mix enough vaccine for PROPER SYRINGE CARE:
effectiveness and don’t save leftover vaccine for Rinse out disinfectants properly. They can kill 6. Shake large, multi-dose vaccine bottles from Mark and separate syringes. Use different syringes for modified live and killed vaccines. 7. Use different syringes for modified-live vaccines Don’t use disinfectants with MLV, use only hot water for cleaning modified-live vaccine syringes PROPER INJECTION PROCEDURES:
9. Pump the syringe gently to release air and bring The decision to administer injectable medications should be made after comparing the benefits and the risks of 10. Gather and restrain animals properly doing so. Your veterinarian is the best source of advice 11. Select the best route: subcutaneous (SC) = on maximizing the benefits of treatment and reducing the under the skin is the preferred route whenever possible. Products labeled IM (in the muscle) or All intramuscular injections reduce meat Keep all injections ahead of the shoulder, with Give intramuscular injections only in the neck Choose the right needle. SC: use 16 or 18 muscles. Never give an intramuscular injection in gauge, ½” to ¾” long IM: use 16 or 18 gauge, the rear leg or rump regardless of the animal's Use only injectable products that meet Beef An up-to-date vaccination program probably will not Use subcutaneous products whenever possible and avoid injectable medications that are eliminate all disease in your cattle, but it will greatly reduce the incidence and severity of illness and the economic losses due to disease. Remember to contact When used correctly, medications improve animal health your local veterinarian before starting a vaccination and well-being, increase profitability and provide the program. Vaccine handling information from Pfizer consumer with a higher quality food product. Tend-R-Leen Stress Concentrate AS700,
treatment provides the same dose as injectable This supplement can be used at the receiving products. A withdrawal period has not been
period or in a feedlot during a period of establishedDo not use in calves to be
respiratory stress. It is fed at a rate of 1.5# per processed for veal.
head per day and will replace Tend-R-Leen Grow-R with Deccox & Sodium Diacetate, code Doboy 10 gm Terramycin Pellets, Code 396
This product includes oxytetracyline (OTC) rather than CTC. The concentration is higher Sulfamethazine. The target rate of these two and should be used when proper mixing and medications is 350 mg per head per day. The feed delivery is in place. Oxytetracycline also use of this product can significantly aid a has multiple claims with varying feeding rates. producer by maintaining weight gains during For treatment of bacterial enteritis and There is a 7 day slaughter withdrawal
terramycin for 7-14 days by feeding 0.1 # Code 396 per 100 lbs body weight (Example: 500# calf = ½ # of Code 396 pellets. Feed from 7-14 Tend-R-Leen Beef AS700, Code 566
days and remove from the diet). At the 10 mg
This medicated product is a concentrated 4 rate there is a 5 day withdrawal period.
gram product designed to deliver 350 mg of Chlortetracycline and Sulfamethazine into Examples of dosage and cost of treatment
stressed steers. The feeding rate is 2.8 oz per for a 500 # calf with bacterial pneumonia:
head per day. The back of the tag offers a chart to help determine the mixing rate for a variety of intake levels. If this is top dressed, be sure there is adequate bunk space to allow all animals to consume the product they need. There is a 7 day slaughter withdrawal
Doboy 4 gram Chlortetracycline Pellet,
This is a pellet that can be mixed or top dressed. Be aware that Chlortetracycline (CTC) has several different claims with varying feeding rates. CTC has a claim for treatment of bacterial enteritis and bacterial pneumonia bodyweight per day for 5 days (Example: 500 # calf = 1.25# of Code 395 pellets. Feed for 5 Looking for feeder cattle?
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Code 326 Tend-R-Leen® Stress Concentrate AS700
Code 566 Tend-R-Leen® Beef AS700
Code 395 Doboy 4 gram Chlortetracycline Pellet
Code 396 Doboy 10gm Terramycin Pellets

Expiration Date: 4/3/2009 – Limit one coupon per operation, 40 bag maximum. No duplicates please.


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