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Covexin 8

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SRP £55.25
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Covexin 8 is a clostridial vaccine for injection in sheep and cattle.
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Covexin 8

A clostridial vaccine for sheep and cattle.A suspension for injection containing Cl. perfringens Type B C (?) toxoid ( 16.7 IU). This product is available in 250ml bottle.

Important: In order to purchase this product you will be required to provide the following information about your animal(s):

(i) The weight of the heaviest animal to be treated

(ii) If the animal is a horse, to confirm if it has or has not been signed out of the food chain

In addition, by accepting our terms and conditions at the point of sale, you are confirming that you have a) used this product before, b) are aware of all relevant and necessary safety precautions, c) will only use the product for its authorised purpose and d) will read all product literature.


It is available in
  • 100ml, and 250ml

Key Benefits

  • Active immunisation
  • For sheep and lambs over 8 weeks olds


This is a prescription item and will be sent once a valid prescription is received. Please follow the instructions given by your vet in order to place your order.

Remember to store it upright and keep refrigerated between 2 & 8°c. During periods of hot weather, dispatches may be temporarily delayed due to increased temperatures during transit. Unfortunately, we’re currently unable to deliver to Northern Ireland.

Your item will only be dispatched between Monday to Thursday and there will be a £5.99 charge for delivery. Your medicine will be delivered via courier with ice packs to ensure it reaches you in the best condition.


  • Active Ingredients
    Clostridium chauvoei, Clostridium haemolyticum, Clostridium novyi, Clostridium perfringens, Clostridium septicum, Clostridium tetani

By subcutaneous injection at a suitable site. The recommended site is the loose skin on the side of the neck. The bottle should be well shaken before any vaccine is withdrawn. Syringes and needles should be sterile before use and the injection should be made through an area of clean, dry skin taking precautions against contamination.

Use in pregnancy: To provide passive protection of the offspring, via the colostrum, a single booster dose should be administered between 8 and 2 weeks before parturition, provided that animals have received a full primary vaccination course before pregnancy.

Sheep – from 2 weeks of age:

Dose – 1 ml

Cattle – from 2 weeks of age:

Dose – 2 ml

Basic vaccination scheme: Two doses should be administered, 4-6 weeks apart.

Re-vaccination scheme: A single dose should be administered every 6 to 12 months after the basic vaccination scheme.