Layermune NDThis page contains information on Layermune ND for veterinary use.
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- Layermune ND Indications
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Layermune NDThis treatment applies to the following species:
Newcastle Disease Vaccine, Killed Virus
U.S. Vet. Lic. No.: 368
Contents: LAYERMUNE® ND contains inactivated Newcastle disease virus suspended in an oil emulsion.
The vaccine has undergone rigid potency, safety and purity tests and meets Biomune and USDA requirements.
Layermune ND Indications
The vaccine is indicated for use in chickens in the prevention of Newcastle disease. One dose of LAYERMUNE® ND prior to the onset of egg production provides uniform and high serological titers throughout the lay cycle eliminating the need for use of live Newcastle vaccine in the laying house.
Dosage and AdministrationVaccinate chickens with 0.5 mL per bird prior to the onset of egg production. The vaccine is to be administered by the subcutaneous route in the back of the neck, midway between the head and the body, in a direction away from the head. Do not inject into muscle or vertebrae.
Revaccination during molt is recommended.
Refer to the product label for specific use directions and precautions.
Precaution(s): Store the vaccine at 35°-45°F (2°-7°C). Do not freeze.
Warning(s): Do not vaccinate with an oil emulsion vaccine within 42 days before slaughter.
Avoid injection of the vaccine into a human. Should accidental injection of a human occur, seek medical attention immediately since a serious localized reaction may result.
Presentation: 1,000 dose (500 mL) bottle.
NAC No.: 11290073
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