We vaccinated this weekend, and since the feed store was closed when I noticed we might not have enough, I suggested that we not vaccinate the steers. After everything was all over, my daughter did a search about Lepto on the web. All I knew Lepto did was protect the females from abortion. Now I find that abortion is the symptom of lepto... any bovine can get it. I tried to pacify myself with the fact that we didn't do any vaccinating last year and nothing went wrong with the herd, so maybe if we just catch the steers next fall or spring, we will be doing all right. Am I just avoiding the inevitable? Do I need to get those steers back through my chutes and vaccinate them with the lepto vaccine? *sigh* The only animals we have on the place are those born here or over at the folks'. What am I risking?