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Response to modified live and killed multivalent viral vaccine in regularly vaccinated, fresh dairy cows



Response to modified live and killed multivalent viral vaccine in regularly vaccinated, fresh dairy cows



Veterinary Therapeutics 1(1): 49-58



One vaccination programme is the vaccination of fresh cows 30 to 60 days post partum with modified live viral (MLV) vaccines. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the antibody response to booster vaccinations during this period in a herd of 163 Holstein cows.

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