Ingelvac PRRS® ATP

A modified-live PRRS vaccine that is:

  • Trusted and field proven
  • Developed from a different parent strain in comparision to Ingelvac PRRS® MLV
  • Known for demonstrating cross protection3
  • Effective in reducing reproductive failure and respiratory disease due to PRRS virus (PRRSv)1,2,3
  • Available in two sizes (10, and 50 dose)

Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) is a $664 million dollar problem.4 It has a devastating impact on pig performance, overall production and profits. Unlike many other swine diseases, the unique, single-strand RNA structure of the PRRS virus has made it a challenge for generations of pork producers.

For the past 20 years, Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica Inc. has been helping the industry combat PRRS. With Ingelvac PRRS® vaccines, technical expertise, collaborative research and diagnostic advancements, we are working with veterinarians and producers to win the battles against this challenging disease.


  • An aid in the reduction of disease associated with Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome virus, reproductive and respiratory forms
  • Proven cross protection against heterologous challenge3
  • Long-lasting immunity, DOI is at least 4 months


  • Significantly reduces both respiratory and reproductive forms of the disease due to PRRSv.1,2,3
  • Safe for non-pregnant sows and gilts

Rehydrate the vaccine by adding the accompanying liquid diluent to the vaccine vial. Shake well and use immediately. Aseptically administer 2mL intramuscularly (IM) to healthy susceptible non-pregnant sows and gilts 3-4 weeks prior to breeding and piglets 3 weeks of age or older. Administer the complete 2mL dose to each pig vaccinated. Do not vaccinate boars or pregnant females.

For Swine use only. Do not vaccinate boars or pregnant females
Anaphylactoid reactions may occur, antidote: administer epinephrine. Do not vaccinate within of 21 days of slaughter.
Ingelvac PRRS® ATP is not recommended for use in PRRS negative (naïve) herds
For complete safety information see the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)

1. Data on file. Study Report No. 623-852-98P-129
2. Data on file. Study Report No. 623-852-98P-149
3.  Data on file. Study Report No. 623-850-98P-013
4. Holtkamp, D. 2012. PRRS virus control or elimination-How to assess which is right for individual breeding herds. 53rd Annual George A. Young Swine Health and Management Conference. P5-p15