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Goat Vaccination Schedule Information

Goat Vaccination Guide:

Introduction to Goat Vaccination:- Any one who wants to start a commercial goat farming should have basic knowledge of vaccination program being implemented during their growth period. Timely vaccinations in goats reduce the mortality rate and increase the body weight. This ultimately results in successful goat farming with huge profits.

Goat Vaccination Schedule.
Goat Vaccination Schedule.

 

 

Disease Names in GoatsPrimary vaccination in GoatsRegular Vaccination in Goats
AnthraxShould be given at the age of 6 month for goat kids.

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Once  in a  Year (In Affected area only).

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Haemorrhagic SepticemiaShould be given at the age of 6 month for goat kids.

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Once in a year before rainy season starts.

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EnterotoxaemiaShould be given at the age of 4 month for goat kids  (If female adult goat is vaccinated).

Should be given at the age of 1st week for goat kids (If the female goat is not vaccinated).

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Before rainy season (Recommended in the month of May). Booster vaccination should be given after 2 weeks of first vaccination dose.

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Black QuarterShould be given at the age of 6 month for goat kids.

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Once in a year (Preferred before rainy season).

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P.P.R.Should be given at the age of 3 month for goat kids and above.

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Once in 3 years.

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Foot and mouth disease (F.M.D.)Should be given at the age of 4 month old for goat kids and above.

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Should be given twice in a year (preferred in the month of September and March).

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Goat PoxShould be given at the age of 3 month goats kids and above.

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Once  in a year (Preferred in the month of December).

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C.C.P.PShould be given at the age of 3 month  goat kids.

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Once in a year (Preferred in the month of January).

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DewormingAs needed.As needed (once in every 3 to 4 months).

 

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