MD-Vac CFL is recommended for the vaccination of healthy one-day-old chicks only, to aid in the prevention of the signs and lesions of Marek’s disease .For vaccination, an automatic syringe with 22- to 20-gauge needles, 3/8-inch to 1/2-inch in length, is recommended. Make certain that all equipment is sterilized and change needles frequently. Inject each chick subcutaneously with 0.2 ml prepared vaccine. Live virus; requires mixing.
Aids in the prevention of clinical signs associated with Mycoplasma gallisepticum infection in chickens and turkeys. Inject 0.5 mL SQ in the lower neck region for birds 1 to 10 weeks of age, using aseptic technique; for birds 10 weeks of age or older, may vaccinate IM or SQ. Do not vaccinate broilers or meat turkeys by the intramuscular route of administration. Vaccinate only healthy birds prior to field exposure. The vaccination program should be completed prior to the point of lay. For optimum results, vaccinate twice, allowing at least 4 weeks between vaccinations. Revaccinate birds during molt before the second laying period. Do not vaccinate within 42 days before slaughter.
AE-Poxine Avian Encephalomyelitis Fowl Pox Vaccine is for the prevention of avian encephalomyelitis and fowl pox. Administered to healthy pullets between the ages of 4 to 8 weeks, before the start of egg production. Live vaccine requires mixing. To administer prepared vaccine, hold individual bird and spread wing with the underside facing upwards. Dip the vaccinator tool into the vaccine. Take care that the channels of the needles are immersed. Stick the vaccine-laden needles through the membrane, or web, of the wing, avoiding blood vessels, bones, and wing muscles. Attempt to use all of the vaccine from 1 vial within 1 hour after rehydrating. The usual take consists of some swelling at the site of the puncture as early as the fourth day following vaccination. The swelling may increase during the next 5 days, and a scab may form at the site. If given to laying flocks, this live-virus vaccine could cause a significant or even serious drop in egg production - often lasting 10-14 days. Eggs for hatching should not be taken from the flock until 4 weeks have passed following vaccination. Do not vaccinate within 21 days before slaughter. Includes double needle wing web applicator.
Newcastle-Bronchitis Vaccine is recommended for mass administration to healthy chickens, as an aid in the prevention of Newcastle disease and of infectious bronchitis, Massachusetts and Connecticut serotypes. May be administered in the drinking water as early as 2 weeks of age. For drinking water vaccination, mix 1000 doses prepared vaccine with 2.5 to 10 gallons water. To encourage consumption, it is recommended that you add 1 oz. dried skim milk powder per 2 gallons of water. Distribute the prepared mixture evenly among clean waterers to provide 1 dose of vaccine per bird. Revaccination may be administered by spray mist application as early as 4 weeks of age. Do not vaccinate within 21 days before slaughter. Live virus; requires mixing.
Fowl Pox Vaccine is for vaccination of healthy chickens aged 8 weeks or older, but at least 4 weeks prior to start of lay. When used as indicated, it will aid in preventing the clinical signs caused by the virulent field strains of fowl pox virus. Fowl Pox Vaccine is a chicken embryo propagated, freeze-dried, live virus vaccine for wing web administration in chickens. To prepare vaccine, pour half of the diluent into the vial containing the freeze dried virus. Replace the rubber stopper and shake the vaccine vial. Pour the partly dissolved vaccine into the diluent bottle to mix with rest of the diluent. Replace the rubber stopper and shake vigorously until the vaccine is dissolved completely. The vaccine is now ready for administration by the wing-web method. For administering the vaccine, hold the bird and spread the underside of one wing outward. Insert the double needle applicator into the vaccine bottle, wetting or charging both needles. Pierce the web of the exposed wing with the double needle applicator charged with vaccine. Insert the double needle applicator into the vaccine vial again and proceed to vaccinate the next bird. During vaccination avoid hitting large blood vessels, bones, and the wing muscles with the double needle applicator. Do not inject in any other site except the exposed wing web. Do not vaccinate within 21 days of slaughter or 4 weeks prior to start of lay. The vaccinated chickens should not be placed on contaminated premises. All susceptible chickens on the same premises should be vaccinated at the same time. If this is not possible, then strict isolation and separate caretakers should be employed for non-vaccinated chickens. Includes double needle wing web applicator.
Megan Vac1 is recommended as an aid in the reduction of Salmonella typhimurium, Salmonella enteritidis, and Salmonella heidelberg colonization of the internal organs of young growing chickens and as an aid in the reduction of Salmonella enteritidis colonization of the crop and digestive tract, including the ceca. Megan Vac1 is recommended for use at 1 day of age by spray. A second dose should be given at 14 days of age in the drinking water. Do not vaccinate within 21 days of slaughter.
For the vaccination of healthy chicks to aid in the prevention of Newcastle Disease, B1 Type, LaSota Strain. Recommended for drinking water vaccination at 2 weeks of age or older. Mix 5000 doses prepared vaccine with 12.5 to 50 gallons water. To encourage consumption, it is recommended that you add 10 oz. dried skim milk powder per 12.5 gallons of water. Distribute the prepared mixture evenly among clean waterers to provide 1 dose of vaccine per bird. Revaccination may be administered by spray mist application as early as 4 weeks of age. Do not vaccinate within 21 days before slaughter. Live virus; requires mixing.
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