ORNIVAC ND + IB2 + EDS emulsion for injection for domestic fowl
Active immunization of laying hens against Newcastle disease and a decline in egg production, caused by infection with Egg Drop Syndrome virus and infectious bronchitis virus serotype Massachusetts and D274
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Each dose of the vaccine contains
Newcastle Disease Virus strain SL‐93, min. 24 HIU,
2 strains of infectious bronchitis virus (IBV M-41 – min. 26.2 HIU and IBV D 274, min. 26.3).
Adenovirus EDS strain Bio 56, min. 26,5.
Breeder hens and layers.
Active immunization of parent flocks and layers to induce immunity against ND, IB serotype Massachusetis and strain D274 and EDS. Vaccinated parents subsequently pass to their progenies immunity against ND, IBDV and EDS.
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION
0.5 ml of the vaccine is inoculated intramuscularly into the breast muscle. Usually pullets are vaccinated 2–4 weeks before point of lay (16–20 weeks of age).
Store in a refrigerator (2 °C – 8 °C). Do not freeze. Store in a dry place protected from light.
50 ml – 100 doses, 100 ml –200 doses, 250 ml – 500 doses, 500 ml – 1000 doses.
Not all pack sizes may be marketed.