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Live Vaccines

CEVAC® ND IB EDS K contains a combination of the La Sota strain of Newcastle Disease virus, the Massachusetts strain of Infectious Bronchitis virus and the B8/78 strain of EDS virus in inactivated form, homogenised with oil adjuvant and merthiolate as a preservative.

CEVAC® ND IB EDS K is recommended for the vaccination of breeder and laying-type chicken flocks, previously immunised against Infectious Bronchitis (IB) and Newcastle Disease (ND) with attenuated live virus vaccines.

CEVAC® ND IB EDS K should be administered to breeder and laying-type pullets 3 to 4 weeks before the onset of lay, between 16 and 20 weeks of age. The vaccine must be injected subcutaneously (under the skin of the neck) or by intramuscular route (breast or thigh muscles) at the dose of 0.5 ml per bird.

- Store vaccine between +2°C and +8°C or 35°F and 45°F
- Protect from light
- Do not freeze

1000 doses / 500 ml
5 x 1,000 dose bottles / box

This product contains oil based adjuvant; accidental injection into a human may cause a serious localized reaction. Seek expert medical attention immediately.

Product indications, usage instructions & withdrawal periods may vary by Country.
Always follow label instructions and consult your veteriarian or poultry health adviser.

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