Newcastle-Bronchitis Vaccine, B1 Type, B1 Strain, Massachusetts Type, Live Virus
Poulvac Aero® vaccine is recommended for coarse spray vaccination of healthy chickens 1 day-of-age or older, as an aid in the prevention of Newcastle disease and of infectious bronchitis, Massachusetts serotype.
Helps provide protection when given at day-of-age
Single-vial combination saves time, labor and money
Remove the stopper and half-fill vial with cool distilled water.
Replace stopper and shake until vaccine is in solution.
Pour rehydrated vaccine into a clean container and add cool distilled water to dilute the vaccine as indicated for your specific coarse spray vaccination machine. For example, with a machine that dispenses 10 mL to a box of 100 chickens, use a total of 500 mL of cool distilled water per 5,000 doses of vaccine or 1 liter of cool distilled water per 10,000 doses of vaccine.
The vaccine is now ready for use.
Use prepared vaccine in a coarse spray vaccination machine following machine manufacturer’s instructions so as to administer at a rate of one dose of prepared vaccine per bird.
Add the vaccine solution to the reservoir on the machine.
Prime and adjust the machine as instructed in the manual accompanying the specific machine.
Place boxes holding 100 chickens each on the conveyor belt of the machine. Activate spray head.
Vaccinate only healthy chickens. Although disease may not be evident, coccidosis, Mycoplasma infection, infectious bursal disease, Marek’s disease, reovirus infection and other disease conditions may cause complications or reduce immunity.
Efforts should be taken to reduce stress conditions at the time of vaccination and during the reaction period.
The use of this vaccine is subject to state laws, wherever applicable.
Storage and Handling:
Store in the dark at 35° – 45°F (2° – 7°C).
Use entire contents of vial when first opened.
Burn vaccine container and all unused contents.
Do not spill or splash the vaccine.
This product should be stored, transported and administered in accordance with the directions.
Keep a record of vaccine serial number and expiration date; date of receipt and date of vaccination; where vaccination took place; and any reactions observed.