Tenting the skin for subcutaneous administration of vaccines can be difficult to do when cattle are restrained in lock-ups, says Tom Shelton, veterinarian with Intervet. If you can’t tent the skin, try using a shorter, 0.5-inch needle that goes straight into the skin.
Try a shorter needle for subQ jobs
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