According to the American Association of Equine Practitioners, the core vaccines that all horses should receive at least once a year are Eastern and Western Equine Encephalytis, Tetanus, West Nile Virus and Rabies vaccines. There are many other types of vaccines that are recommended based upon the risk of contracting certain diseases due to the horse's use, age and environmental conditions. These risk based vaccines are Equine Herpes Virus (Rhino), Influenza, Strangles, Equine Viral Arteritis, Botulism, Potomac Horse Fevere, etc. http://www.aaep.org/images/files/Adultvaccinationtablerevised108.pdf
There are oral vaccines and injectable vaccines.
The cost of vaccines will depend on your location and on whether or not your vet has to come to you or you take your horse to him. The best way to find out pricing information is, therefore, to call your vet and ask. As for what vaccines are recommended in the Southern US, Eastern and Western Equine Encephalitis, Tetanus, West Nile Virus and Rabies are the core vaccines recommended in the US. In states bordering Mexico, Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis is also recommended. Then there are risk-based vaccines such as Strangles, Influenza, Equine Herpes Virus, Botulism, etc that are recommended based upon your horse's age, use, housing conditions, etc.
Depends on the horse, how much you use them, and many other factors. For an average horse, my calculated cost would be about $500 per month plus $100 vaccines bi-annually (counting boosters) so a year would be $6,100 not including any sickness or injury. So over the lifetime of a horse (approximately 30 years) it would cost you about $183,000 according to my rough calculations. Hope I answered your question.
Yes, that is exactly how cell/virus free vaccines are made. They usually have much milder side effects than vaccines containing whole (killed or attenuated) cells or viruses.
Live vaccines are vaccines which are prepared from living organisms. These vaccines are commonly ingested and not injected to fight viruses in the body. .
Vaccines prevent so many diseases like t.b, herpese, hapetitis b, hiv, stds and so much more.
Vaccines made with "killed" viruses are called "Inactivated" vaccines.
There really isn't a unit of measure for horse breeding. The only standard things used are due date calculations and 'CC' measurements for vaccines and semen volumes.
Edible vaccines are vaccines produced in plants genetically modified through bioengineering.
Vaccines don't actually treat either one. Vaccines are used to PREVENT disease. Most vaccines protect against viruses, but there are some for bacteria, as well.
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Vaccines are good for us!!
Vaccines do not cause AIDS.
There is no "one-size-fits-all" vaccination program for horses. The recommendations vary depending on geographic location, age of horse, type of vaccines recommended, use of the horse and other factors. Horses generally require vaccines of some type at least yearly. Horse owners should consult their veterinarian and discuss the specifics of their horse's care and use to determine what vaccinations are appropriate and how often they should be given.
Injections hurt, but vaccines hurt more. The vaccines are putting antibodies into your blood stream, so the pain is your immune system reacting to those antibodies straight away. Injections may be for anything, whether taking out substance or putting substance in. But vaccines definitely hurt much more.Hope this helps!
The most recent vaccines to come out, is the H1N1 aka SWINE FLU vaccines.
Well that depends on the quality of the horse and how much training it has. If its like a Olympic horse it will be expensive
It depends on the size o the horse and the amount of exercise the horse gets.
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Depending on how much you weigh and how much the horse weighs.The horse can only take so much pressure.
For kittens, vaccines can cost anywhere from 40 - 100 (pounds,Dollars blaady blaady blah), depending on your vet. Other shots may cost more.
Very little for many vaccines. Vaccines are inexpensive to produce and many were never patented at all. Only a the newest ones are patented today.