what are the reasons for giving shots in the neck versus the rump and is there any risks involved in the neck . also would appreciate tips on technique
Anonymous":1v1gkmvg said:so does it really matter on young cattle?
It is available on DirectTV and also on the Dish Network.Tman":aq9vblbz said:Is this R& D available on regular cable or just dishnet?
skip":39l1n6im said:Question: It is a matter of training the animals or is the bottle fed injecting gun just that foolproof that it can be used if your animals are relatively calm in the chute or is it better to put each one in a headgate?
Christina":3cydax3y said:There has been one thing I've learned about giving shots. The neck is the best place with the exception of the chlostridium shot. My gal developed a lump from this shot that hasn't gone away. From reading other posts it seemed that this situation occurs about 1/3 of the time. Someone on the board suggested giving the shot in the area under the front leg ( bad description...think where cowhands give calves shots when they have them down vaccinating, branding, and castrating the bulls). I wish I had known about the chance of that lump before I vaccinated her there. All other shots in her neck have been normal. There's just something about the chlostridium vaccination.