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Standard Vaccination Procedure

Introduction
It is very important to control diseases in poultry for better returns. Health of birds depends upon their immune status. In this article, we are going to discuss about immunity, types of vaccines, various methods of vaccine administration in poultry, precautions during vaccination and likely common mistakes in handling and administration of vaccine by vaccine administrator. Click the link to know more...

Infectious Bronchitis (IB)

Introduction
Infectious bronchitis (IB) is an acute, respiratory, highly contagious devastating disease to any poultry operation. It affects chickens of all ages, types and breeds. It affects the respiratory, renal (kidney) and reproductive systems causing severe economic loss in the broiler and in the egg layer industry. Distributed worldwide, IBV is highly transmissible and is a tremendous hazard for unvaccinated flocks. The disease is caused by a coronavirus which is known to have a high mutation rate. Thus, many serotypes (and subtypes) of IB virus exist throughout the world. Click the link to know more...

Newcastle Disease

Highly contagious viral disease affecting poultry of all ages and includes chickens, turkeys, pigeons and ducks. The virus involved is Paramyxovirus PMV-1.

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Fowl Cholera / Pasteurellosis (FC)

This is a serious, highly contagious bacterial disease of poultry birds caused by the bacterium Pasteurella multocida in a range of avian species including chickens, turkeys, and water fowl.

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Cell Associated Marek's Vaccine - Administration Protocol

Guidelines for storage, preparation and vaccination for Cell Associated Marek's Vaccine - Administration Protocol .

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