- K Vac BD-ND-IB-EDS is produced with high titering strain
of Infectious Bursal disease (IBD), Newcastle disease
virus, Infectious Bronchitis virus, the Massachusetts
strain & EDS 76 virus. derived from embryonated chicken's
egg, suspended in a stable oil emulsion. A large amount
of antigen is provided in a (1/2 ml) 0.5 ml dose.
- When injected, the oil emulsion controls the absorption
of the virus and greatly enhances the development of high
levels of immunity.
Each dose contains not less than a pre-inactivation
titer of 109 EID50 Newcastle disease
virus, 106.2 TCID50 Infectious
Bursal disease virus, 106.9EID50 of
avian Infectious Bronchitis disease virus and 2000 hemagglutinating
units of inactivated adenovirus .
- K Vac BD-ND-IB-EDS has been developed for use in chickens
and breeder hens to give broad protection against Newcastle
disease and Infectious Bursal disease (Gumboro disease)
Infectious Bronchitis (Mass. types)& Eggs Drop Syndrome
. When injected, the vaccine produces a high level of
circulating antibody (humoral immunity) which is maintained
through out the production cycle.
- K Vac BD-ND-IB-EDS provides high level of immunity
in the progeny. This is the only way to provide protection
to the chick during the critical first few days of life.
Early infection with IBD (Gumboro disease) causes permanent
damage to the immune system (immunosuppression) and leaves
the flock susceptible to many other diseases.
- A single vaccination given at least 4 weeks prior to
the onset of egg production, produces high levels of immunity
to protect the flock throughout the laying period, especially
in areas having incidence of EDS outbreaks.
- K Vac BD-ND-IB-EDS provides a broader range of Bronchitis
protection than other commercial vaccines. This killed
virus vaccine in oil emulsion provides more consistent
high titers throughout the production period than the
live virus vaccines.
- The IB and ND viruses are contagious and can recycle
within the flock. This can cause loss of egg production
without symptoms. This vaccine protects the reproductive
system against homologous strains and prevents such egg
- K Vac BD-ND-IB-EDS is completely safe because it contains
no living virus. It can safely be administered at any
- It can not spread from vaccinated to susceptible flocks
or be transmitted from dams to progeny. It provides high
and persistent levels of antibody in the dams to provide
parental immunity to the progeny.
- Newcastle disease , IBD IB & EDS immunity are delivered
to the farm with the chicks.
- Birds should be "primed" with live virus Newcastle-Bronchitis
vaccine at 10 to 14 days and at 12 weeks of age and with
mild or intermediate strain of live virus IBD vaccine
at 21 days and 12 weeks of age.
- Vaccinate with K Vac BD-ND-IB at 16 to 20 weeks of
age. If birds are held for a second year, revaccinate
- Dosage is 1/2 ml (0.5 ml) per bird.
- Vaccine should be brought to room temperature (+18°C
to +20°C) before use.
- Inject subcutaneously in the lower neck region or intramuscularly
in to the chest muscle or leg using aseptic technique.
Inject all birds in flock.
- Shake well before and during administration.
- Vaccinate only healthy birds.
- To avoid loss in efficacy and to prevent contamination,
use entire contents of bottles when first opened.
- Do not vaccinate during 42 days before slaughter.
- All used bottles and unused content should be disposed
Store between + 2°C ( 35°F) to 7°C (45°F).
Do not freeze.
- K Vac BD-ND-IB-EDS is available in 500 ml polypropylene
bottles. Each contains 1000 doses of vaccine.
- 20 x 1000 dose.