I just brought home a wonderful buck from Washington State. I made the decision to have the herd tested for CL as I want to establish a baseline and also be able to advertise that my group is CL free. Then someone brought up the point that many folks in the area don't test. If I am to use my buck to generate income through breeding, I need to be sure that the girls coming over are CL free as well. So I've begun looking to start a campaign in our rural little county to eradicate CL in the goat herds through testing AND vaccination. I have looked around and the only vaccine that seems to be actually useful is the GLANVAC one from Australia. I've heard its available in Canada but not here. Has anyone tried shipping it from Canada? Has anyone used it? I think if we had access to it, we could get folks to use it. Not many folks want to pay for testing, especially since so many have commercial herds and aren't that worried about CL-grrr BUT vaccines are another thing. My vet called it "head in the sand" (maybe a bit more graphic) but I think people don't have a lot of money around here. IF they could vaccinate, they might feel like they were getting results.