I'm wondering how best to best do shots for immunity in the does colostrum and for my herd. I've given the C D & T shots to my herd before, however then fell on the do not vacc. band wagon-long story. So now i have decided i DO want to give my herd C,D & T as well as pasteurella ( any other reccomendations ? ). My herd is mostly new and young now, my goatlings i bought this year have had their kid shots by the breeders ( 2 just C,D&T, one had that and past. ), my homebred kids have had nothing yet ( besides cocci prevention and worming - i gave tetnus to ones i banded/sold ), and i have a newer 7yr old doe that i'm not sure when and what she has had. I was planning on using the doe that i just sold to my next door neighbor/friend for her colostrum, as i have owned her the longest ( 3 yrs - she will be a 4yr old 3rd freshner ) - but just sold her, however i'm sure i could still give her the right shots and use her colostrum if i needed/wanted to. But my question is this, all my girls are now bred ( i know i should have done this before breeding ), so is it safe to give them these shots ? They were bred in Oct. and Nov. so aren't too far along. When would i want to give them their boosters ? And then since i plan to vacc. from here on out, when would i be giving them their yearly shots ? When would i vacc. kids that are born then ? Thanks !