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Trials of peroral vaccination of newborn pigs against transmissible gastroenteritis (TGE)



Trials of peroral vaccination of newborn pigs against transmissible gastroenteritis (TGE)



Veterinarno-Meditsinski Nauki 22(5): 11-15



Experiments were carried out to apply oral vaccination to newborn pigs against transmissive gastroenteritis on a stationary swine breeding complex at the time when the disease assumed an acute course and on newly infected farms. Used was an attenuated strain an hour prior to allowing the pig to suck. It was found that such vaccination approach was innocuous. It proved effective when applied at the moment of birth both on the infected (stationary) farms and in the new foci of infection--morbidity and mortality were lowered and the body development of pigs was improved. Such vaccination was shown to produce also an antiepizootic effect if systematically used on stationary farms--clinically, there were no new epizootic outbreaks of the diseases.

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