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    Suvaxyn PRRS MLV

     zoetis pig product range

    Suvaxyn CIRCO + MH RTU

    A one shot PCV2 and M.hyo vaccine containing MetaStim, a tried and trusted adjuvant.

    Improvac Logo

    IMPROVAC® is a vaccine that delays puberty in boars. It improves meat quality by reducing boar taint, it improves growth rates, and it improves welfare by reducing aggression and mounting.

    Gletvax 6
    The only vaccine avaliable to protect against 4 E.Coli antigens and 3 types of Clostridium.

    Suvaxyn M.hyo One

    Early start, fast onset of immunity for effective Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae protection in a single dose.

    Suvaxyn M.hyo

    Effective two shot alternative for Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae protection.

    Suvaxyn PCV

    A single dose whole virus vaccine that stimulates effective immunity against PCV.


    Alphamune Logo

    In-feed prebiotic containing beta-glucans and mannans.



    Suvaxyn one shot




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    product info and useful resources



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