Bovilis MH + IBR

An aid in the control of Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD) caused by Mannheimia haemolytica and Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis Virus (Bovine Herpes Virus Type 1).

Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD) is a complex disorder of cattle causing mild to severe respiratory disease and even death. It is caused by a combination of infectious agents and stress factors acting on susceptible cattle in paddock, feedlot and dairy systems. Of the several viruses and bacteria known to contribute to the development of BRD Mannheimia haemolytica and Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis (IBR) virus are considered two of the most important.

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Bovilis MH+IBR can now help calves fight pneumonia and BRD from day 1.

Calves fed colostrum from cows vaccinated with Bovilis MH+IBR in late gestation acquire passive immunity against Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD) caused by Mannheimia haemolytica (MH) and Bovine Herpesvirus Type 1 (IBR).

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  • The only combination vaccine that contains both MH and IBR antigens, two of the main pathogens causing BRD.
  • Made and tested in Australia using Australian isolates.
  • Many feedlots pay premiums for pre-vaccinated cattle*
  • Flexible pre-vaccination timing – vaccinate anywhere between 14 and 180 days before they head to the feedlot
  • Ready to use vaccine can be stored and used for up to 42 days after first opening
  • Safe to use in pregnant cattle during the second and third trimester of pregnancy.

*Premiums vary and not all feedlots pay premiums. Talk to your feedlot buyer.

Trade Advice

Category: Specialty Vaccine
Species: Beef and Dairy Cattle
Active: Inactivated Mannheimia haemolytica strain x387, x382, Inactivated Bovine Herpes Virus Type 1.2b
Pack Size: 100mL, 250mL
Withholding Periods: Meat = Nil, Milk = Nil, ESI = Nil
Storage: Store between 2°C – 8°C (Refrigerate. Do not freeze)
APVMA: 64608

Seek advice before administering to cattle intended for live export

Dose Rate

2mL subcutaneous injection, vaccinate cattle twice 14 to 180 days apart

To aid in the control of calf pneumonia through passive antibody, transfer cows should be vaccinated twice in the third trimester of pregnancy with an interval of 28 days between doses. The second dose should be administered at least 3 weeks prior to calving.