- Model MLV - Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS)

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Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) is a $664 million dollar problem.1 It has a devastating impact on pig performance, overall production and profits. Unlike many other swine diseases, the unique, single-strand RNA structure of the PRRS virus has made it a challenge for a generation of pork producers.For the past 20 years, Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica Inc. has been helping the industry combat PRRS. With Ingelvac PRRS® vaccines, technical expertise, collaborative research and diagnostic advancements, we are working with veterinarians and producers to win the battles against this challenging disease.

A leading modified-live PRRS vaccine that is:

  • Trusted  and field proven
  • Cost effective
  • Unique in its ability to be used in pigs (3 weeks or older), gilts, and sows at ANY stage of production
  • Available in three convenient sizes (10, 50, and 100 dose)

Features

  • Aids in the prevention of respiratory disease and aids in the reduction of reproductive disease caused by PRRSv
  • Proven cross protection against heterologous challenge; (including Lelystad virus)2,3
  • Long-lasting immunity. Duration of immunity is at least 4 months
  • Safe in pigs (3 weeks or older), gilts, and sows at any stage of production

Benefits

  • Significantly reduces both respiratory and reproductive forms of the disease due to PRRSv2,3
  • Cost effective and field proven against respiratory and reproductive forms of PRRSv
  • Whole herd population based PRRS control program advantages
  • Replacement gilt immunization and acclimatization program advantages

  • For Swine use only. Do not vaccinate boars
  • Anaphylactoid reactions may occur, antidote: administer epinephrine
  • Withdraw period of 21 days
  • Ingelvac PRRS® MLV is not recommended for use in PRRS negative (naïve) herds
  • For complete safety information see the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)

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