ND IB EDS Vaccine
Our ND IB EDS vaccine contains a combination of the LaSota strain of Newcastle disease virus, the Massachusetts strain of infectious bronchitis virus and the B8/78 strain of the egg drop syndrome virus.
- The viral agents are in inactivated form, homogenized with oil adjuvant and Merthiolate as a preservative.
- This vaccine serves as a preventative regimen against three important diseases affecting poultry production: Newcastle disease, infectious bronchitis, and egg drop syndrome.
- Store this vaccine between +2°C and +8°C or 35°F and 45°F.
ND IB EDS Vaccine: Indication
- This vaccine has been developed for use in breeder hens and replacement pullets (or layers) to give broad protection against Newcastle disease, infectious bronchitis and egg drop syndrome.
- When injected, the vaccine produces a high level of circulating antibody (humoral immunity), which is maintained throughout the production cycle. This provides high levels of parental immunity in the progeny.
Dosage and administration
- Inject subcutaneously (at the back of the neck) or intramuscularly (Pectoral muscles) at 16-18weeks of age before the laying period or as recommended by your veterinarian
- The first vaccination with a live vaccine against Newcastle disease and infectious bronchitis is recommended
- Administer 0.5ml per bird
- The vaccine must be injected subcutaneously (under the skin of the neck) or by intramuscular route (breast or thigh muscles)
- Give the birds multivitamin after vaccine administration
ND IB EDS: Precautions
- Vaccinate only healthy birds.
- Before use allow the vaccine to reach room temperature (20-25°C).
- Shake the bottle well before use.
- Use sterile vaccination equipment.
- Use the entire contents when first opened.
- Do not mix with other vaccines.
- Should a vaccinator inject himself or a bystander by accident, a local reaction may occur. It is recommended that the advice of a doctor is sought, taking care to inform the doctor that the vaccine is an oil emulsion.