Lack of vaccines and approaching La Nina wet season could see a surge in three day sickness in cattle herds

Ben Harden
By Ben Harden
Updated November 30 2021 - 7:51am, first published November 29 2021 - 8:00am
LOOMING DISEASE: Three day sickness, or bovine ephemeral fever, is a viral disease of cattle that is spread by transmitting insects. Picture: Ben Harden

GRAZIERS who have not yet vaccinated their cattle for three day sickness will have to wait till January, after global animal health company Zoetis, blamed an increased demand in Ultravac BEF vaccines and shippment delays for Australia's lack of supply.

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Ben Harden

Ben Harden

Queensland Country Life Journalist

Based in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. Contact: 0437528907

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