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AviPro ND-IB Sohol

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AviPro ND-IB Sohol

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Manufacturer: L.A.H.I.

Directions For Use

NEWCASTLE-BRONCHITIS VACCINE

B1 TYPE, LASOTA STRAIN, MASS. TYPE

LIVE VIRUS

For use in animals only

Recommendations for use: This product is manufactured from SPF (Specific Pathogen Free) eggs and is a combination live virus vaccine of chicken embryo origin as an aid in the prevention of Newcastle disease and infectious bronchitis, Mass. type in chickens.

Vaccinate chickens at 2 weeks of age by the intraocular or intranasal route (vials of 1000 doses only), or at 5 weeks of age in the drinking water, or at 6 weeks of age by coarse spray (aerosol). Consult with a veterinarian for recommendations on revaccination based on conditions existing in your area at any given time.

Intraocular (eye drop) or intranasal (nostril) administration: For use with vials of 1000 doses only - rehydrate with 30 ml diluent provided.

Remove overseal and stopper from the vaccine vial and pour part of the diluent into it. Shake well and pour the vaccine back into the remaining diluent.

Place the dropper tip on the diluent bottle. The vaccine is now ready for eye drop or intranasal use.

For eye drop use, hold the bird on its side with one eye turned up.

Administer one drop of vaccine into the open eye and hold the bird until it swallows. To prevent injury, avoid touching the bird’s eye with the dropper tip.

For intranasal use, hold the bird’s beak shut and place a finger over one nostril. Administer one drop of vaccine into the other nostril.

Drinking water administration: Remove the overseal and stopper from the vaccine vial and add clean non-sanitized water to it. Shake well and pour the vial contents into a container of non-sanitized water. Dilute the vaccine as outlined in the chart below. A dried skim milk powder should be used a vaccine stabilizer at the rate of 8.0 g per gallon (2.1 g per liter) of drinking water. Add the skim milk powder to the water prior to reconstitution of the vaccine.

Remove medication or sanitizers from the drinking water 24 hours before and 24 hours after vaccination. Rinse waterers with clean non-sanitized water. Remove water from chicks at least 2 hours before vaccination. Provide adequate space so that at least 2/3 of the birds can drink at one time. Add vaccine mixture to the water as per the following chart:

Age of birds

Amount of water per 1000 doses

Meat type birds

Layer type birds

Gallons

Liters

Gallons

Liters

5 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.

Coarse spray (aerosol) administration:

Rehydrate the vaccine with cool distilled water in an amount sufficient enough to vaccinate the required number of birds according to the directions of the spray cabinet or field sprayer manufacturer.

Field spray application should be used only in houses that can be tightly closed. Close all windows, doors, vents, 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 appropriate personal protective equipment during vaccination.

Precautions

Store at 2° to 8°C (35° to 46°F).

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.

Inactivate unused contents before disposal.

Do not mix with other products, except as specified on the label.

Keep permanent vaccination records, including vaccine serial number.

Do not vaccinate within 21 days before slaughter.

Care should be taken to avoid contaminating hands, eyes and clothing with the vaccine.

Contains gentamicin 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.

Manufactured in the USA by: LOHMANN ANIMAL HEALTH INT., Winslow, Maine 04901 USA

Phone 1-800-428-4441

VLN/PCN 196/1771.18

AviPro, Elanco and the diagonal bar logo are trademarks of Eli Lilly and Company or its affiliates.

PA101089X

Presentation: 30 mL x 10,000 doses.

CPN: 1008055.9

LOHMANN ANIMAL HEALTH INTERNATIONAL
Distributed by ELANCO ANIMAL HEALTH
2500 INNOVATION WAY, GREENFIELD, IN, 46140
Main Switchboard:   317-433-4800
Customer Service:   317-276-1262
Small Animal Product Customer Service:   888-545-5973
Technical Services:   800-428-4441
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Website:   www.elanco.com
Email:   elanco@elanco.com
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