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Livestock Vaccines: Principles, Types, and Important Factors to Consider

VM258/VM258by Juan M. Campos Krauer and João H. J. BittarFebruary 16, 2024This publication presents information on the basic mechanisms and types of livestock vaccines available, as well as a few best practices for vaccine management. This information can help improve your herd health and success in your next herd vaccination. Written by Juan M. Campos Krauer and João H. J. Bittar, and published by the Veterinary Medicine—Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences, UF/IFAS Extension, January 2024.

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