Multistrain inactivated emulsion vaccine against transmissible gastroenteritis in pigs


The multistrain inactivated emulsion vaccine against transmissible gastroenteritis in pigs is based on three cultural TGEV strains and an oil adjuvant. The vaccine is white or white to pink viscous emulsion. When stored slight oil adjuvant separation in the upper part of the bottle is observed. The emulsion becomes homogeneous again after slight shaking.


The vaccine is intended for preventive vaccination of pigs on TGE infected farms or farms at risk. Only clinically healthy animals are subject to vaccination. Route of administration The vaccine should be administered intramuscularly in the upper third of the neck at 2cm3 dose regardless of the animal age. All clinically healthy pregnant sows should be vaccinated twice: first time within 75-85 days of gestation, second time: within 95-100 days of gestation. Boars should be vaccinated twice at 15-20 day interval. They should be subsequently subjected to single vaccination each 6 months. Piglets born to vaccinated sows should be vaccinated twice at the age of 1-1.5 months at 2-3 week interval.


The vaccine induces immunity in 14-21 days after two-fold vaccination. The duration of immunity is at least six months. Immunity of piglets born to vaccinated sows persists for 1-1.5 months.

Storage conditions

The vaccine shelf life is 12 months from the date of its production. When the shelf life has expired the vaccine shall not be used. It should be stored in a dry dark place at 21– 8°C. Freezing of the vaccine is not allowed.

Strain/ serotype: 
Ilyinsky, Leningradsky, Krasnodonsky
Inactivated emulsion
Filling/ dosage: 
10, 50, 100 and 200 cm 3 bottles
Measurement unit: 
one thousand doses