AviPro ND B1

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AviPro ND B1

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Manufacturer: L.A.H.I.

NEWCASTLE-BRONCHITIS VACCINE

B1 TYPE, B1 STRAIN, MASS. TYPE

LIVE VIRUS

FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY

Directions For Use

Recommendations for use: This product is manufactured from SPF (Specific Pathogen Free) eggs and is a live virus vaccine of chicken embryo origin for use as an aid in the prevention of Newcastle disease in chickens. The strain of virus in this product was carefully selected to protect against field challenges when used as directed. The product is recommended for the initial vaccination and revaccination of chickens. Initial vaccination is administered to chicks at 2 weeks of age by the intranasal, intraocular or drinking water routes, and at 5 weeks of age or older by the spray route. This product is also used in replacement birds before 16 weeks of age that were previously vaccinated. The vaccine will stimulate protective antibodies in susceptible birds. However, the duration of immunity resulting from the use of this vaccine is not permanent, therefore revaccinations are necessary. Consult your poultry pathologist for recommendations on revaccination based on conditions existing in your area at any given time.

Preparation Of Vaccine For Intraocular Use:

1000 Doses - Rehydrate to 30 ml

Remove aluminum overseal and stopper from the vaccine bottle and pour part of the diluent into the bottle. Shake well and pour the vaccine back into the remaining diluent and place the dropper tip on the diluent bottle. The vaccine is now ready for intranasal or intraocular use.

Method of vaccination: This vaccine may be administered by way of the nostril (intranasal) or the eye (intraocular). When the vaccine is administered by way of the nostril, the chick’s beak is held shut, a finger is placed over one nostril and a drop of vaccine from the special applicator is dropped into the other nostril.

When used intraocularly, birds should be held on their side and one drop of the mixed vaccine should be allowed to fall into the open eye.

Birds should be held until the drop of vaccine disappears. Care must be taken to prevent injury to the cornea of the eye with the dropper tip.

Preparation of vaccine by the coarse spray method:

1000, 2000, 2500, 5000, 10 000, 20 000, 25 000 Doses

Rehydrate the vaccine with cool distilled water in an amount sufficient to vaccinate the required number of chickens according to the directions of the spray cabinet or field spray manufacturer. Field spray application should be used only in houses that can be tightly closed. Close all windows, doors, ventilators, etc. and turn off fans. Spray each 1000 doses of vaccine directly into the faces of 1000 birds. Leave house closed for at least 15 minutes after spraying. Always use eye goggles and a respirator.

Preparation of vaccine for drinking water use:

1000, 2000, 2500, 5000, 10 000, 20 000, 25 000 Doses

Remove the aluminum overseal and stopper and add clean non-sanitized water to the vaccine. Replace the stopper and shake well. Pour the contents into a container of non-sanitized water.

Shake well and dilute the vaccine as outlined in the chart below. A dried skim milk powder should be used as a vaccine stabilizer at the rate of 8.0 grams per gallon of water. The powdered milk is added prior to the reconstitution of the vaccine.

Method of vaccination: Withhold all medication and disinfectants from the drinking water 24 hours before and 24 hours after vaccination. Rinse waterers with clean non-sanitized water and remove all water from chicks for at least two hours prior to vaccination. Provide adequate space so that at least two-thirds of the birds can drink at one time.

Add mixture to water as per following chart:

Age of Birds

Amount of water per 1000 doses

Meat Type Birds

Layer Type Birds

Gals

Liters

Gals

Liters

2 weeks - 3 weeks

3-5

11-18

3-5

11-18

4 weeks - 8 weeks

8-10

30-38

5-6

20-25

9 weeks - 15 weeks

10-12

38-45

8-9

30-33

16 weeks - 20 weeks

13-14

49-53

10-11

38-42

Divide the mixed vaccine into the waterers.

Provide no other drinking water until all vaccine has been consumed.

Storage

Store vaccine between 2 - 7°C (35 - 45°F).

Precautions

Vaccinate only healthy birds.

If there are susceptible laying birds on the premises, there is the possibility that the virus might spread from the vaccinated to the susceptible birds and affect egg production.

Use entire contents when a vial is first opened.

Burn this container and all unused contents.

Keep permanent vaccination records including vaccine serial number.

Do not vaccinate within 21 days before slaughter.

The use of this vaccine is subject to State laws wherever applicable.

The vaccine contains Gentamicin or Neomycin as a preservative.

Newcastle disease virus can cause an inflammation of the eyes and eyelids of humans; caution should be used not to allow the vaccine to come in contact with the eyes.

This vaccine was carefully produced and passed all tests for purity and potency according to the requirements of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

LIST NO. 1501

Manufactured in the U.S.A. by: LOHMANN ANIMAL HEALTH INT., Winslow, Maine 04901 U.S.A.

U.S. Veterinary License No. 196

Presentation: 10 x 2,500 doses.

NAC No.: 10080277

LOHMANN ANIMAL HEALTH INTERNATIONAL
375 CHINA ROAD, WINSLOW, ME, 04901
Domestic Order Desk:   207-873-3989
International Order Desk:   207-873-3989, 800-639-1581
Fax:   207-873-4975
Website:   www.lahinternational.com
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