Guidelines developed by the Australian Cattle Veterinarians organization for systematic management of BVDV in both beef and dairy production systems.

The objective was to develop two stand alone beef and dairy BVDV management guides as resources to Australian Cattle Vet members to assist them in controling and managing BVDV for their clients utilizing the tools available to them within Australia.

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Modified live vaccines vs. killed vaccines

Considering the high prevalence of BVDV, a disease which causes high economic losses, vaccination of cattle against BVD is certainly indicated, provided efficacious and safe vaccines are available.

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Incorrect vaccine use compromises efficacy and leads to vaccine failure

Complete adherence to vaccination programmes is paramount for disease control. While in Pennsylvania, it has been shown that only 27% of BVDV vaccines were used correctly.

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