Ornivac ND+GO+IB+EDS emulsion for injection for domestic fowl
Inactivated vaccine against Newcastle disease, avian infectious bursitis, avian infectious bronchitis and Egg-laying decrease syndrome
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Each dose of the vaccine contains:
Paramyxovirus pseudopestis avium, NDV strain SL-93 min. 108.6 EID50
Virus bursitidis infectiosae avium ante inactivatum, IBDV strain OP‐23 strain min. 106.6 TCID50
Virus bronchitidis infectiosae avium ante inactivatum, IBV strain M-41 strain min. 106.8 EID50
Adenovirus EDS 76 ante inactivatum min. 1000 HAU.
Broiler breeders and layers.
Immunization of broiler breeder pullets and commercial layers in order to protect them from ND, IBD, IB and EDS. Vaccinated layers then pass protective immunity against ND, IBDV, IB and EDS to their offspring via the egg.
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION
A dose of 0.5 ml is inoculated intramuscularly into the breast muscle or subcutaneously at the back of the neck. Usually pullets are vaccinated 2–4 weeks before onset of the egg laying period.
Primary vaccination with the corresponding live vaccine is recommended.
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 and 500 ml – 1000 doses.
Not all pack sizes may be marketed.