Rhinopneumonitis vaccine is recommended for all pregnant mares at five, seven and nine months of pregnancy to help prevent abortion. Mares should be vaccinated one to two months before foaling with all vaccines so their colostrum (first milk) will be high in antibodies for their foals.
All injectable (not intranasal) vaccines, including West Nile, have been proven through field studies and time to be safe and effective for pregnant mares. All vaccines have a slight risk of reaction. The benefits of all the vaccines we recommend far outweigh that slight risk.
*New in Deworming Rotation! Ivermectin and Praziquantel (Equimax) (Can be used instead of double dose of Strongid to kill tapeworms.)