Vaccine against Newcastle, Infectious Bronchitis, Egg Drop Syndrome and Infectious Bursal Disease (Gumboro).

Vaccine inactivated with formaldehyde and emulsified in oil.

Fraction of Newcastle: LaSota strain
Fraction of Infectious Bronchitis: Massachusetts strain
Fraction of Egg Drop Syndrome: Adenovirus type 127
Fraction of Gumboro virus: tissue culture-adapted

For optimum results, birds must have been vaccinated with live Newcastle, Gumboro and Infectious Bronchitis vaccines. As regards Egg Drop Syndrome, application of this vaccine alone will provide protection during the productive life of the bird.

Appropriate age of application is between 15 and 19 weeks, before production starts.
It can be applied to males in the batch to reinforce their anti-bodies.

Wrong application may produce undesired inflammatory reaction. Special care in application is suggested.

SENASA Certificate N° 05-221


Dose 0,5 ml per bird.
Way Of Application Intramuscular or subcutaneous (more recommended).
When applied subcutaneously, the appropriate place is the middle part of the neck, lifting the skin, taking care of not damaging any muscle.
For intramuscular application, the indicated place is in the chest muscles, to a side of the sternum. Do not vaccinate birds which are sick or in lay. Do not use within 45 days before sacrifice.
Conservation Keep refrigerated between 4 and 8ºC. Do not freeze.
Presentation Bottle containing 500 ml (1000 doses).
Validity period 24 months since elaboration date.
Mode of use Shake well before use. At the moment of application, it is recommended that the product is at room temperature.
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