Tick fever vaccines for cattle

All cattle in cattle tick-infested areas are at risk of developing tick fever, whether they were born and raised within the tick area or introduced from cattle tick-free areas.

Tick fever vaccine is the most reliable and practical tool for long-term control of tick fever in cattle.

Tick fever vaccine for cattle is the chilled trivalent (3 germ) vaccine.

This vaccine protects against all 3 organisms that cause tick fever: Babesia bovis, Babesia bigemina and Anaplasma marginale.

This guide discusses tick fever vaccine for cattle, how to order it, how and when to use it, and how to monitor for potential reactions to the vaccine.