Coccivac-B52 (Canada)This page contains information on Coccivac-B52 for veterinary use.
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- Coccivac-B52 Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Coccivac-B52
- Direction and dosage information for Coccivac-B52
Coccivac-B52This treatment applies to the following species:
DIRECTIONS FOR USE, READ CAREFULLY
This product contains live oocysts of the following species of coccidia: E. acervulina, E. maxima, E. maxima MFP, E. mivati, and E. tenella.
Coccivac-B52 Indications For Use
For vaccination of healthy chickens at one day of age by spray cabinet administration as an aid in the prevention of coccidiosis due to E. mivati and E. tenella and as an aid in the reduction of lesions related to E. acervulina and E. maxima.
Many factors must be considered in determining the proper vaccination program for a particular farm or poultry operation. To be fully effective, the vaccine must be administered to healthy receptive chickens held in a proper environment under good management. In addition, the response may be modified by the age of the chickens and their immune status. Seldom does one vaccination under field conditions produce complete protection for all individuals in a given flock. The amount of protection required will vary with the type of operation and the degree of exposure that a flock is likely to encounter. For these reasons a program of periodic revaccination may be required.
Spray Cabinet Administration
FOR CHICKENS 1 DAY OF AGE
The vaccine should be prepared (or mixed) at the rate of 210 ml of distilled water per 1000 doses of vaccine. Each 100 chicks should receive 21 ml of vaccine solution (dye may be added as a marker).
Full Directions for use of the Spray Cabinet are available from the Company.
Consult your poultry pathologist for further recommendations based on conditions existing in your area at any given time. This product is not ordinarily recommended for use with prestarter or starter feeds containing coccidiostats. Birds must have access to their droppings as reinfection is required to induce immunity.
1. VACCINATE ONLY HEALTHY CHICKENS. Although disease may not be evident, other disease conditions may cause complications or reduce immunity.
2. Use entire contents when first opened.
3. Do not vaccinate within 21 days before slaughter.
4. Store at 2° to 7° C (35° to 45° F). Do not freeze.
5. Burn containers and all unused contents.
6. This vaccine contains gentamicin as a preservative.
7. FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY
This vaccine has undergone rigid potency, safety and purity tests, and meets Intervet Inc., U.S. and local requirements. It is designed to stimulate effective immunity when used as directed, but the user must be advised that the response to the product depends upon many factors, including, but not limited to, conditions of storage and handling by the user, administration of the vaccine, health and responsiveness of individual chickens and the degree of field exposure. Therefore, directions should be followed carefully.
Keep a record of vaccine, quantity, serial number, expiration date and place of purchase; the date and time of vaccination; the number, age, breed and locations of chickens; names of operators performing the vaccination and any observed reactions.
FEDERAL REGULATIONS PROHIBIT THE REPACKAGING OR SALE OF THE CONTENTS OF THIS CARTON IN FRACTIONAL UNITS. DO NOT ACCEPT IF SEAL IS BROKEN.
Intervet Inc., Merck Animal Health, division of Intervet Inc., Omaha, NE 68103 USA
U.S. Veterinary License No. 165A
1 800 211-3573 (USA)
1 866 683-7838 (Canada)
For patent information:
10 x 1,000 Doses
10 x 10,000 Doses
NAC No.: 1208280.0
Intervet Canada Corp.
16750 ROUTE TRANSCANADIENNE, KIRKLAND, QC, H9H 4M7
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