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Things to consider in developing reproductive vaccination program for herd

Protecting calves from disease begins before they are born.

At the herd level, low pregnancy rates, abortions and calf deaths are some of the real economic losses associated with inadequate fetal protection against reproductive diseases.

Protecting the health of the unborn calf is important not only to the vitality of the calf but also the cow’s well-being and future productivity, according to a Zoetis "Quick Tips" item. A healthy, productive cow herd can help improve the financial health of a cow/calf operation.

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