By following the modified-live vaccine (MLV) label when vaccinating cows and first-calf heifers, producers can prevent diseases that can cause profit-killing respiratory and reproductive problems.
Prevention is always better than cure and to address the issue at the root of the entire situation would definitely help prevent a whole new unwanted circumstance. Following the MLV label is a simple measure that farmers need to follow in the efforts to prevent major illness breakouts. This is especially crucial when cattles are housed in a storage barn with a high space constraint. When animals are placed closely together, infections have a higher tendency to grow more rapidly, thus increasing the risks of virus-spreading.
Vaccinations are to protect the animal from getting a disease and increasing its self immunity to these. The debate over whether live or killed vaccines are better has been going on for years and is likely to go on for a lot more. Those giving the vaccine have a very important job to uphold as they need to be aware of the times and instances of when to apply the vaccine if the animals are to get the best effects from it.
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