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GUMBORO

( vaccine cell culture-based (Freeze-dried) )

Description:

Vaccine contains the live-attenuated Infectious Bursal Disease virus (IBD), Lukert strain and made by propagating vaccine virus in cell culture CEF. The vaccine is completely safe and neither general reactions nor interference to immune response when other vaccine are used. Vaccine can produce a good antibody response against the infectious bursal disease, with the duration of immunity is at least 3 months after two injections.

Composition:

  • Active substance: Each dose contains at least 103TCID50 of attenuated live Infectious Bursal Disease virus (IBD), Lukert strain.
  • Excipients: Skimmed milk.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy chickens from 1 day old or older against Gumboro disease.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy chickens.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Administration:
    • Administration route: intraocular, drinking-water.
    • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent.
      • Remove seal and stopper from vaccine and diluent vials. Avoid contamination of stoppers and contents.
      • Add diluent to the vaccine vial until appropriate volume. Shake until contents are dissolved.
    • For Intraocular Vaccination:
      • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent.
      • Calculate the final volume appropriate to dropper (Check quantity of drops each ml of dropper before use. Usually each ml can vaccinate for 8-10 chicks).
      • Pour rehydrated vaccine into dropper.
      • To vaccinate intraocularly, place 2 dropss of vaccine (1 dose) in the eyes.
    • For Drinking-water Vaccination:   
      • Discontinue use of medications or sanitizing agents in the drinking water 24 hours before vaccinating.
      • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent. Calculate the final volume appropriate, as follows:
        • Chickens 5-10 days old: 2.5ml/head
        • Chickens 20-25 days old: 5 ml/head
      • Water used for the drinking-water administration of a live virus vaccine must be non-chlorinated.
      • Do not place the waterers in direct sunlight and should be used within 2-3 hours.
      • Withhold water for 1-2 hours before vaccination.
  • Dosage:
    • Vaccination schedule:
      • Primary vaccination:  5 - 10 days old.
      • Revaccination:            20 - 25 days old
    • Dosage:
      • Intraocular Vaccination: 1 dose / head
      • Drinking-water Vaccination: 10 dose / head

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired, atrophied cake.
  • Use sterile injection equipment.
  • Vaccine should be used within 2 hours after reconstitution

Shelf life:

18 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 100 doses.

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

FOWL CHOLERA AND E.COLI

( Oil adjuvanted vaccine )

Description:

Vaccine contains the inactivated Pasteurella multocida cells, serotype A:1 and the inactivated Escherichia coli cells, serotype O:78 in adjuvant of oil emulsion. Vaccine is high potency, duration of immunity is long-drawn.

Composition:

  • Each 1 ml vaccine contains at least 10x109 CFU of inactivated Pasteurella multocida cells, serotype A:1 and 10x109 CFU of inactivated Escherichia coli cells, serotype O:78.
  • Oil emulsion.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy poultry 2 weeks old or older against Fowl cholera and E.coli disease.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy poultry.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Before administration, allow the vaccine to warm to room temperature and shake well.
  • By subcutaneous injection at neck (1/3 of the lower part, behind neck).
  • Vaccination schedule:
    • Poultry from 2 weeks to 1 month old: 0.3 - 0.5 ml/head.
    • Poultry from 1 month old or older: 0.5ml/head.
    • Breeder, layer: revaccinate every 9 months, 0.5ml/head.

Precautions:

  • 2 – 3 days before and after vaccination, should supply Navet-Vitamin C Antistress for stress decreasing and improve immunity adaptation.
  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired, showed separation of the oil and aquaeous phases.   
  • Use entire contents after opening.
  • Apply the usual aseptic procedures.

Shelf life:

18 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 20ml, 50ml, 100ml.

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

FOWL CHOLERA

( Oil adjuvanted vaccine )

Description:

Vaccine contains the inactivated Pasteurella multocida cells, serotype A:1 in adjuvant of oil emulsion. Vaccine potency is high, duration of immunity is long-drawn.

Composition:

  • Each ml contains at least 10x109 CFU of inactivated Pasteurella multocida cells, serotype A:1.
  • Oil emulsion.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy poultry against Fowl cholera disease.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy poultry.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Before administration, allow the vaccine to warm to room temperature and shake well.
  • By subcutaneous injection at neck (1/3 of the lower part, behind neck).
  • Vaccination schedule:
    • Poultry from 25 days old or older: 0.5ml / head.
    • Breeder, layer: revaccinate every 9 months, 0.5ml / head.
    • Poultry in endemic regions:
      • Primary vaccination: from 10 to 15 days old, dose of 0.5ml / head.
      • Revaccination: 3 weeks later, 0.5ml / head.

Precautions:

  • 2 – 3 days before and after vaccination, should supply Navet-Vitamin C Antistress for stress decreasing and improve immunity adaptation.
  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired, showed separation of the oil and aquaeous phases.
  • Use entire contents after opening.
  • Apply the usual aseptic procedures.

Shelf life:

18 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 20ml, 50ml, 100ml.

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

NEWCASTLE AVF/HR-NDV HEAT-RESISTANT STRAIN

( Vaccine Freeze-dried )

Description:

Vaccine contains the live-attenuated Newcastle virus, I-2 (or AVF/HR-NDV) strain, propagated in embryonated chicken eggs. Vaccine is very safe for all ages of chicken. The vaccine can stimulate a strong and equal antibody response, has high cross immunity. This vaccine contains heat-resistant virus strain, so appropriating for areas miss equipment for cold storage.

Composition:

  • Active substance: Each dose contains at least 106EID50 of Newcastle virus, AVF/HR-NDV strain.
  • Excipients: Skimmed milk.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy chickens against Newcastle disease.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy chickens.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Administration:
    • Administration route: by intraocular / intranasal, drinking-water or feeding.
    • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent.
      • Remove seal and stopper from vaccine and diluent vials. Avoid contamination of stoppers and contents.
      • Add diluent to the vaccine vial until appropriate volume. Shake until contents are dissolved.
    • For Intraocular or intranasal Vaccination:
      • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent.
      • Calculate the final volume appropriate to dropper (Check quantity of drops each ml of dropper before use. Usually each ml can vaccinate for 8-10 chicks).
      • Pour rehydrated vaccine into dropper.
      • To vaccinate intraocularly, place 2 drops of vaccine (1 dose) in the eyes.
      • To vaccinate intranasal, place 2 drops of vaccine (1 dose) in the noses.
      • To vaccinate by mouth, place 2 drops of vaccine (1 dose) in the mouth.
    • For Drinking-water Vaccination:   
      • Discontinue use of medications or sanitizing agents in the drinking water 24 hours before vaccinating.
      • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent. Calculate the final volume appropriate, as follows:
        • Chickens 25 - 45 days old: 10 doses / 5ml / head
        • Chickens 45 days old: 10 doses / 7 – 10 ml / head
        • Chickens 45 days old or older: 10 doses / 12 – 15 ml / head
      • Water used for the drinking-water administration of a live virus vaccine must be non-chlorinated.
      • Do not place the waterers in direct sunlight and should be used within 2-3 hours.
      • Withhold water for 1-2 hours before vaccination.
    • For feeding:
      • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent.
      • Reconstituted vaccine mixing well with appropriate quantity of feeds (about 10 doses/ 10g per chick) and spread widely on papers to ensure that each can receive. Vaccination should be performed in early morning before feeding them.
  • Vaccination schedule:
    Vaccinate for chickens of all ages.
    • Dosage:
      • Intraocular or intranasal Vaccination: 1 dose / head.
      • Drinking-water or feeding Vaccination: 10 doses / head.

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired, atrophied cake.
  • Use sterile injection equipment.
  • After reconstitution: 3 days (at cool places, protected from light).
  • This vaccine contains heat-resistant virus strain and has high cross immunity, can vaccinate by intraocular / intranasal, drinking-water or feeding. So, this vaccine appropriate for familiar breeding, areas miss equipment for cold storage. Vaccine can store within 2 weeks at cool places, protected from light.

Shelf life:

18 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 25 doses, 50 doses, 500 doses.

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

NEWCASTLE LASOTA STRAIN

( Vaccine Freeze-dried )

Description:

Vaccine contains the live-attenuated Newcastle virus, Lasota strain, propagated in embryonated chicken eggs. The vaccine can stimulate a strong antibody response and induce a durable immunity more than strain F.

Composition:

  • Active substance: Each dose contains at least 106EID50 of Newcastle virus, Lasota strain.
  • Excipients: Skimmed milk.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy chickens against Newcastle disease.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy chickens.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Administration:
    • Administration route: by intraocular, drinking-water.
    • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent.
      • Remove seal and stopper from vaccine and diluent vials. Avoid contamination of stoppers and contents.
      • Add diluent to the vaccine vial until appropriate volume. Shake until contents are dissolved.
    • For Intraocular Vaccination:
      • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent.
      • Calculate the final volume appropriate to dropper (Check quantity of drops each ml of dropper before use. Usually each ml can vaccinate for 8-10 chicks).
      • Pour rehydrated vaccine into dropper.
      • To vaccinate intraocularly, place 2 drops of vaccine (1 dose) in the eyes.
      • To vaccinate by mouth, place 2 drops of vaccine (1 dose) in the mouth.
    • For Drinking-water Vaccination:   
      • Discontinue use of medications or sanitizing agents in the drinking water 24 hours before vaccinating.
      • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent. Calculate the final volume appropriate, as follows:
        • Chickens 25 - 45 days old: 10 doses/ 5ml / head
        • Chickens 45 days old: 10 doses/ 7 – 10 ml / head
        • Chickens 45 days old or older: 10 doses/ 12–15 ml / head
      • Water used for the drinking-water administration of a live virus vaccine must be non-chlorinated.
      • Do not place the waterers in direct sunlight and should be used within 2-3 hours.
      • Withhold water for 1-2 hours before vaccination.
  • Vaccination schedule:
    • Vaccinate for 2 weeks old or older chickens, after vaccinated with Newcastle vaccine, strain F at least 14 days.
    • Dosage:
      • Intraocular Vaccination: 1 dose / head
      • Drinking-water Vaccination: 10 doses / head 

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired, atrophied cake.
  • Use sterile injection equipment.
  • Vaccine should be used within 2 hours after reconstitution
  • Generally, some weak respiratory reactions may occur after vaccination. So, this vaccine should be used for revaccination after vaccination of Newcastle vaccine, strain F and only be used for chickens with no-sign of Chonic Respiratory Disease (CRD).

Shelf life:

18 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 100 doses, 500 doses.

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

NEWCASTLE STRAIN M

( Vaccine Freeze-dried )

Description:

Vaccine contains the live-attenuated Newcastle virus, Mukteswar strain, propagated in embryonated chicken eggs. Vaccine is very safe for all ages of chicken. The vaccine can stimulate a strong antibody response and induce a durable immunity. The vaccine can cause disease for chickens under 2 months old chickens, which not be vaccinated with Newcastle vaccines: strain F, Lasota strain or heat-resistant strain yet.

Composition:

  • Active substance: Each dose contains at least 105EID50 of Newcastle virus, Mukteswar strain.
  • Excipients: Skimmed milk.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy over 2 months old chickens against Newcastle disease.

Contraindications:

  • Do not use for unhealthy chickens.
  • Do not use for chickens under 2 months old, not be vaccinated with Newcastle vaccines: strain F, Lasota strain and heat-resistant strain yet. 

Administration and Dosage:

  • Administration:
    • Administration route: by subcutaneous injection at neck or intramuscular injection at the inner thigh or breast.
    • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent.
      • Remove seal and stopper from vaccine and diluent vials. Avoid contamination of stoppers and contents.
      • Add diluent to the vaccine vial until appropriate volume. Shake until contents are dissolved.
    • For vaccination:
      • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent
      • Next, add the mixture to the final volume of diluent get 0.5ml or 1ml / dose. Shake well before using.
  • Vaccination schedule:
    • Primary vaccination vaccinates for 2 months old or older chickens.
    • Revaccinate younger chickens after vaccinated with Newcastle vaccines: strain F, Lasota strain and heat-resistant strain.
    • 1 dose / head. 

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired, atrophied cake.
  • Use sterile injection equipment.
  • Vaccine should be used within 2 hours after reconstitution.
  • 2 – 3 days before and after vaccination, should supply Navet-Vitamin C Antistress for stress decreasing and improve immunity adaptation.

Shelf life:

18 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 25 doses, 100 doses, 500 doses.

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

NEWCASTLE STRAIN F

( Vaccine Freeze-dried )

Description:

Vaccine contains the live-attenuated Newcastle virus, strain F, propagated in embryonated chicken eggs. Vaccine is very safe for all ages of chicken. The vaccine can induce 1 month durable immunity.

Composition:

  • Active substance: Each dose contains at least 106EID50 of Newcastle virus, strain F.
  • Excipients: Skimmed milk.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy chickens (3-7 days old) against Newcastle disease.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy chickens.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Administration:
    • Administration route: by intraocular, intranasal.
    • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent.
      • Remove seal and stopper from vaccine and diluent vials. Avoid contamination of stoppers and contents.
      • Add diluent to the vaccine vial until appropriate volume. Shake until contents are dissolved.
    • For Intraocular or intranasal Vaccination:
      • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent
      • Calculate the final volume appropriate to dropper (Check quantity of drops each ml of dropper before use. Usually each ml can vaccinate for 8-10 chicks)
      • Pour rehydrated vaccine into dropper.
      • To vaccinate intraocularly, place 2 drops of vaccine (1 dose) in the eyes.
      • To vaccinate intranasal, place 2 drops of vaccine (1 dose) in the noses.
  • Vaccination schedule:
    • Vaccinate for 3 – 7 days old chickens, 1 dose / head.

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired, atrophied cake.
  • Use sterile injection equipment.
  • Vaccine should be used within 2 hours after reconstitution.

Shelf life:

18 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 100 doses, 500 doses.

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

NEWCASTLE STRAIN F

( Freeze-dried )

Description:

Vaccine contains the live-attenuated Newcastle virus, strain F, propagated in embryonated chicken eggs. Vaccine is very safe for all ages of chicken. The vaccine can induce 1 month durable immunity.

Composition:

  • Active substance: Each dose contains at least 106EID50 of Newcastle virus, strain F.
  • Excipients: Skimmed milk.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy chickens (3-7 days old) against Newcastle disease.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy chickens.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Administration:
    • Administration route: by intraocular, intranasal.
    • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent.
      • Remove seal and stopper from vaccine and diluent vials. Avoid contamination of stoppers and contents.
      • Add diluent to the vaccine vial until appropriate volume. Shake until contents are dissolved.
    • For Intraocular or intranasal Vaccination:
      • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent
      • Calculate the final volume appropriate to dropper (Check quantity of drops each ml of dropper before use. Usually each ml can vaccinate for 8-10 chicks)
      • Pour rehydrated vaccine into dropper.
      • To vaccinate intraocularly, place 2 drops of vaccine (1 dose) in the eyes.
      • To vaccinate intranasal, place 2 drops of vaccine (1 dose) in the noses.
  • Vaccination schedule:
    • Vaccinate for 3 – 7 days old chickens, 1 dose / head.

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired, atrophied cake.
  • Use sterile injection equipment.
  • Vaccine should be used within 2 hours after reconstitution.

Shelf life:

18 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 100 doses, 500 doses.

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

DUCK PLAGUE

( Vaccine cell culture-based (Freeze-dried) )

Description:

Vaccine contains the live-attenuated Duck plague virus and made by propagating vaccine virus in cell culture CEF. The vaccine can stimulate a strong antibody response and induce a durable immunity against duck virus enteritis (DVE), with duration of immunity is at least 6 months.

Composition:

  • Active substance: Each dose contains at least 103TCID50 of attenuated live Duck Plague virus.
  • Excipients: Skimmed milk.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy ducks, Muscovy ducks, geese against duck virus enteritis (DVE).

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy birds.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Administration:
    • Administration route: by subcutaneous or intramuscular injection at the breast.
    • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent.
      • Remove seal and stopper from vaccine and diluent vials. Avoid contamination of stoppers and contents.
      • Add diluent to the vaccine vial until appropriate volume. Shake until contents are dissolved.
    • For vaccination:
      • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent
      • Next, add the mixture to the final volume of diluent get 0.5ml / dose. Shake well before using.
  • Dosage:
    Vaccination schedule:
    • Commercial ducks:
      • Primary vaccination: 1-7 days old
      • Revaccination: at 2-3 weeks later primary vaccination.
    • Laying ducks:
      • 2 vaccinations be performed as the same schedule for commercial ducks.
      • The third vaccination: before laying
      • Revaccination annually before laying.
    • Dosage: 1 dose / head.

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired, atrophied cake
  • Use sterile injection equipment.
  • Vaccine should be used within 2 hours after reconstitution
  • Do not vaccinate ducks during the period of feather change.

Shelf life:

18 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 200 doses, 500 doses, 1000 doses.

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

FOWL POX

( vaccine cell culture-based (Freeze-dried) )

Description:

Vaccine contains the live-attenuated Fowl Pox virus, Weybridge strain and made by propagating vaccine virus in cell culture CEF. The vaccine can stimulate a strong antibody response and induce a durable immunity against fowl pox disease.

Composition:

  • Active substance: Each dose contains at least 102TCID50 of attenuated live Fowl Pox virus, Weybridge strain.
  • Excipients: Skimmed milk.

Indications:

For the active immunization to protect healthy chickens against fowl pox disease.

Contraindications:

Do not use for unhealthy chickens.

Administration and Dosage:

  • Administration:
    • Administration route: wing web stab administration.
    • Rehydrate vaccine with diluent.
      • Remove seal and stopper from vaccine and diluent vials. Avoid contamination of stoppers and contents.
      • Add diluent to the vaccine vial until appropriate volume. Shake until contents are dissolved.
    • For wing web stab administration:
      • Rehydrate vaccine with 1-2ml diluent.
      • Completely immerse the scarifier in the vaccine preparation. Extend the wing membrane and apply carefully the vaccine by wing-web-stab in a manner that does not provoke lesions in the blood vessels.
  • Vaccination schedule:
    • Chickens should be vaccinated in primary vaccination week of the age (2 – 7 days old).
    • Dosage: 1 dose / head.

Precautions:

  • Do not use vaccine bottles which are broken, unsealed, lost label, lost batch number – manufacture date – expiry date, expired, atrophied cake.
  • Use sterile injection equipment.
  • Vaccine should be used within 2 hours after reconstitution
  • Do not provoke lesions in the blood vessels, bones and muscles.
  • By 5 to 7 days post-vaccination one or two nodules should appear at the inoculation site of all vaccinated animals, which will become scabs; they are a sign that vaccination has taken. If not, have to vaccinate again.

Shelf life:

18 months from manufacture date.

Packaging:

Multi-dose vial contains 100 doses, 500 doses.

Storage:

Store at 2oC-8oC. Protect from light. Do not freeze.

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