Planning a Circumvent®

Vaccination Program

Many factors impact your herd’s porcine circovirus Type 2 (PCV2) vaccination strategy, including disease pressure and production profile.

Answer the following questions to help determine which Circumvent® products and dosing options best fit your herd.

Which type of young animals are you vaccinating?

(Select one)

Where will you place your pigs at weaning?

(Select one)

When are your pigs exposed to PCV2?

(Select one)

Are your pigs at risk for PRRS* exposure?

(Select all that apply)

*Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus

Are your pigs at risk for SIV* exposure?

(Select one)

*Swine Influenza Virus

When are your pigs at risk for Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae exposure?

(Select one)

How the pig’s immune system reacts to one-dose vs two-dose vaccination protocols.

(Select one or both for comparison)

What is your farm’s preference for vaccination timing?

(Adjust the scale)

I can only vaccinate
in the farrowing house
I prefer to vaccinate in
the farrowing house, but can
vaccinate post-weaning
I can vaccinate at any
time or location

What is your farm’s preference for vaccination frequency?

(Adjust the scale)

I am only able to give
one vaccination
I prefer one vaccination, but
can give multiple vaccinations
I can give multiple
vaccinations

Recommendation to discuss with your veterinarian


Because your herd is not at risk for Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae, use:

One 2-mL dose of

Given at 3 weeks of age or older

Because your herd is at risk for Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae, use:

One 2-mL dose of

Given at 3 weeks of age or older

Because your herd is not at risk for Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae, use:

Two doses of

Initial 1-mL dose at 3 weeks of age or older + 1-mL booster dose 3 weeks later

Because your herd is at risk for Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae, use:

Two doses of

Initial 1-mL dose at 3 weeks of age or older + 1-mL booster dose 3 weeks later

Because your herd is not at risk for Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae, use:

Two doses of

Initial 1-mL dose as early as 3 days of age + 1-mL booster dose 3 weeks later

Because your herd is at risk for Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae, use:

Two doses of

Initial 1-mL dose as early as 3-5 days of age + 1-mL booster dose 3 weeks later

BASED ON YOUR INPUT

Animal Type

• Market pigs

• Replacement pigs

Placed at Weaning

• Nursery facility

• Wean-to-finish facility

Exposure to PCV2

• Before 7 weeks of age

• After 7 weeks of age

PRRS Exposure

• No exposure

• Exposure in nursery

• Exposure in finisher

SIV Exposure

• Yes

• No

Mycoplasma Exposure

• No exposure

• Predictably before 15 weeks of age

• Uncertain, any age

Vaccination Timing: You chose

1 - can only vaccinate in the farrowing house

3 - prefer to vaccinate in the farrowing house, but can vacc. post-weaning

5 - can vaccinate at any time or location

Vaccination Frequency: You chose

1 - only able to give one vaccination

3 - prefer one vaccination, but can give multiple vaccinations

5 - can give multiple vaccinations