K Vac Chicken ND

Newcastle Disease Vaccine - Killed Virus (For Baby Chicks)

  K Vac Chicken ND is produced with a high concentration of a high titering strain of Newcastle disease virus, suspended in a stable oil emulsion.

Description

  • K Vac Chicken ND is produced with a high concentration of a high titering strain of Newcastle disease virus, suspended in a stable oil emulsion.
  • When injected, the oil emulsion controls the absorption of the virus and enhances the development of high levels of immunity.

Indications

  • K Vac Chicken ND has been developed specifically for use in young chicks in geographical areas where highly pathogenic Newcastle disease in endemic.
  • It is recommended that it be injected subcutaneously into one day old chicks and that it be used in conjunction with the intraocular use of Hitchner B1 strain of live virus Newcastle disease vaccine. Depending on the prevalence of Newcastle disease, this vaccination program may be used as late as 10 days of age.

Advantages

  • K Vac Chicken ND is a specialty vaccine designed for use in young chicks.
  • It stimulates high titers against Newcastle disease that are sustained to provide lasting protection.

Dosage & Use

  • When given at 1 to 10 days of age in conjunction with live virus Newcastle disease vaccine, it neutralizes the parental antibody that is present in the chicks and enables the live virus vaccine to replicate and provide rapid immunity to the chick.
  • This protects the chick until the immune system responds to the killed virus oil emulsion vaccine to provide higher and longer lasting levels of active immunity. Dosage is 0.1 ml. (1/10 ml.) per chick.
  • Vaccine should be warmed to room temperature befor e using.
  • Inject subcutaneously in the lower neck region using aseptic technique.
  • Inject all birds in flock. Warning: Do not vaccinate within 42 days before slaughter.

Storage

Store below 45°F (7×°C). Do not freeze. Use entire contents of bottle when first opened.

Packing

K Vac Chicken ND is available in 500 ml. polypropylene bottles. Each contains 5000 doses of vaccine, packed 20 bottles per case.

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