For the active immunisation of cattle, sheep and goats against Enterotoxaemia, Blackleg, Malignant Oedema (Gas Gangrene), Necrotic Enteritis, Lamb Dysentery, Infectious Necrotic Hepatitis (Black Disease), Hemorrhagic Enterotoxaemia (Struck), Pulpy Kidney Disease, Sudden Death Syndrome, Tetanus, Swelled Head, Pneumonic Pasteurellosis and Systemic Pasteurellosis.

Clostridial – Pasteurella

A vaccine for the prevention of diseases caused by Clostridium chauvoeiClostridium septicumClostridium novyi types A and B, Clostridium perfringens types A, B, C and D, Clostridium sordelliiClostridium tetaniPasteurella multocida types A and D, Pasteurella trehalosi and Mannheimia haemolytica.

Dosage: Cattle: 4 mL Sheep and goats: 2 mL

Pack size: 48 mL / 100 mL / 140 mL / 240 mL / 500 mL


Contains bacterines and toxoids of Clostridium and Pasteurella spp to meet the following potency values:

I.U.: International Units

A.U.: ELISA Units of Antibodies.

C. novyi type B:≥ 3.5 I.U. α
C. novyi type A:≥ 3.5 I.U. α
C. tetani:≥ 2.5 I.U.
C. sordellii:≥ 1 I.U.
C. septicum:≥ 2.5 I.U.
C. perfringens type A:≥ 2 I.U. α
C. perfringens type B:≥ 10 I.U. β ≥ 5 I.U. ε
C. perfrinegns type C:≥ 10 I.U. β
C. perfringens type D:≥ 5 I.U. ε
C. chauvoei:Meets Ph Eur y CFR
P. multocida type A:≥ 10 A.U. / ml
P. multocida type D:≥ 10 A.U. / ml
P. trehalosi:≥ 10 A.U. / ml
M. haemolytica:≥ 10 A.U. / ml

Directions for use:

Inoculation route: Subcutaneous. Primary vaccination: Two doses with an interval of 4 – 6 weeks. Revaccination: One dose at intervals of not more than 12 months.

Storage conditions:

Vaccine should be kept at cold store (2 – 8ºC). Do not freeze. Protect from light.