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Pioneers in the industry, we offer New Castle Disease Vaccine, ND Vaccine Inactivated (Killed), Fowl Cholera Vaccine, Inactivated (Killed), Infectious Bursal Disease Vaccine. Inactivated (Killed), Infectious Bronchitis Vaccine, IB Vaccine Killed, New Castle Disease Infectious Bronchitis (ND IBK, Killed) and ND IB IBDK (Trivalent, Inactivated Vaccine) from India.

New Castle Disease Vaccine, ND Vaccine Inactivated (Killed)
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Doses

  • 500 doses
  • 1000 doses
Nd is transmitted through:

  • Inhalation
  • Ingestion of contaminated feed and water
  • Movement of live birds, poultry products and other animals
  • Movement of people, vehicles and equipment
  • Haemorrhagic ulcers in intestines haemorrhagic ulcers in intestines haemorrhagic ulcers in intestines
The post-mortem lesions in nd are:

  • Haemorrhagic lesions on the papillae of the proventriculus, caeca and small intestines
  • Congestion of trachea and lungs
  • Presence of egg yolk in the abdominal cavity
  • The diagnosis of nd is on the basis of:
  • Symptoms and lesions
  • Detection of antibodies, &
  • Virus isolation
  • Nd symptoms vary from high morbidity and mortality to asymptomatic infections:
  • Incubation period: 2 to 6 days (av. 5 - 6 days)
Velogenic form:

  • Sudden appearance with heavy mortality
  • Increased respiration and weakness
  • Reduced egg production with weak & shell less eggs
  • Muscular tremors and torticollis
  • Paralysis of legs and wings
  • Opisthotonus
  • Prostration and death
Mesogenic form:

  • Respiratory distress
  • Drop in egg production with weak and shell less eggs
  • Nervous symptoms may occur but are not common
  • Low mortality
Lentogenic form:

  • Respiratory distress in young chicken
  • Usually do not cause disease in adults
Asymptomatic form:

  • No clinical signs
  • Recognized by serological tests
  • Newcastle disease can be prevented and controlled through strict biosecurity and effective vaccination.
Precautions:

  • Vaccine should be stored and transported as per the conditions recommended.
  • Vaccine vials should not be exposed to direct sun light.
  • Consult your veterinarian for specific vaccination schedule for your farm.
  • Vaccinate only healthy birds.
  • Do not mix with other vaccines.
  • Inactivated vaccine should be brought to ambient temperature (15 to 25 c) before vaccination.
  • Shake the inactivated vaccine bottle well before and during vaccination and follow aseptic precautions.
  • Use the vaccine entirely once opened. Left over vaccine should be discarded.
  • If accidental injection occurs in human, consult your physician immediately.


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  • Packaging Details: 500ds, 1000ds

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Fowl Cholera Vaccine, Inactivated (Killed)
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FOWL CHOLERA is a serious, highly contagious bacterial disease caused by Pasteurella multocida in a range of avian species including chickens. It usually occurs as a septicemia of sudden onset with high morbidity and mortality, but chronic and asymptomatic infections also occur. It was one of the first infectious diseases to be recognized by Louis Pasteur in 1880.

Doses: 500ds, 1000ds

Fowl Cholera is manifested as:
  • Acute form:
    • Dead birds as the first indication
    • Fever, depression, anorexia
    • Mucoid discharge from the mouth
    • Ruffled feathers diarrhea and increased respiratory rate
  • Chronic form:
    • Swelling in sternal bursae, wattles, joints, tendon sheaths and footpads
    • Exudative conjunctivitis and pharyngitis
    • Torticollis may result when the meninges, middle ear or cranial bones are infected
The post-mortem lesions in Fowl Cholera are:
  • Hyperemia in abdominal vessels
  • Petechial and ecchymotic haemorrhages
  • Enteritis
  • Yolk peritonitis
  • Cellulitis of face and wattles
  • Purulent arthritis

 

 

Fowl Cholera can be diagnosed on the basis of:
  • Characteristic signs and lesions
  • Isolation and identification of organism

 

 

Route of administration:
  • GlobiVac FC can be administered by i/m or s/c injection

 

 

Dose of vaccination:
  • 0.5 ml per bird

 

 

Age of vaccination:
  • Primary Vaccination: from 6th week onwards
  • Booster Vaccination: after 3 to 4 weeks of primary vaccination (necessary for lifelong immunity)

 

 

Precautions:
  • Vaccine should be stored and transported as per the conditions recommended.
  • Vaccine vials should not be exposed to direct sun light.
  • Consult your veterinarian for specific vaccination schedule for your farm.
  • Vaccinate only healthy birds.
  • Vaccine should be brought to ambient temperature (15-25 Degree Celcius) before vaccination.
  • Shake the bottle well before and during vaccination.
  • Follow aseptic precautions for vaccination.
  • Use the bottle entirety once opened. Left over vaccine should be discarded.
  • If accidental injection occurs in human, consult your physician immediately.

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Infectious Bursal Disease Vaccine. Inactivated (Killed)
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  • Highly immunogenic
  • High Antigen content
  • High sheer emulsion

 

 

Description:
  • High concentration of highly immunogenic inactivated IBD vaccine virus in high sheer water-in-oil emulsion.

 

 

Content:
  • Minimum 1PD90 per dose of vaccine

 

 

Indications:
  • Protection against IBD infections
  • Recommended as revaccination in breeder flocks after priming with live vaccines to provide high level of maternal antibodies in progeny

 

 

Recommended age of administration:
  • Primary vaccination: 18th week.
  • Booster vaccination: 40th week.

 

 

Route of administration:
  • Subcutaneous/Intramuscular Injection.

 

 

Dosage:
  • 0.5 ml per bird

 

 

Presentation:
  • 1000 ds (500 ml)

 

 

Storage:
  • between 2 to 8 degree centigrade.

 

 

Do not freeze.

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  • Packaging Details: 500ds, 1000ds

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Infectious Bronchitis Vaccine, IB Vaccine Killed
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AVIAN INFECTIOUS BRONCHITIS DISEASE VACCINE, INACTIVATED I.P.

 

  • Highly immunogenic
  • High Antigen content
  • High sheer emulsion

 

 

Description:
  • Inactivated IB vaccine virus (Mass. type) in high sheer water-in-oil emulsion.

 

 

Content:
  • Minimum 1PD90 per dose of vaccine

 

 

Indications:
  • Protection against IB infections
  • Recommended for layers to boost the immunity of flocks previously vaccinated with live vaccines

 

 

Recommended age of administration:
  • 16th to 18th week

 

 

Route of administration:
  • Subcutaneous/Intramuscular Injection.

 

 

Dosage:
  • 0.5 ml per bird

 

 

Presentation:
  • 1000 ds (500 ml)

 

 

Storage:
  • between 2 to 8 degree centigrade.

 

 

Do not freeze.

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  • Packaging Details: 500ds, 1000ds

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New Castle Disease Infectious Bronchitis (ND IBK, Killed)
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Doses500 doses1000 doses
GTIN NO.89060657893818906065789398

 

  • Highly immunogenic
  • High Antigen content
  • High sheer emulsion

 

 

Description:
  • High concentration of highly immunogenic inactivated ND virus (LaSota strain) and IB virus(Mass. type) mixed in effective proportions , processed and presented as high sheer water-in-oil emulsion.

 

 

Content:
  • ND : Minimum 50PD50 per dose of vaccine
  • IB : Minimum 1PD90 per dose of vaccine

 

 

Indications:
  • Protection against ND and IB infections.
  • Recommended for breeders to boost the immunity of flocks previously vaccinated with live vaccines
  • Suggested in breeders for ideal protection to progeny against early infections
  • Uniform transfer of maternal antibodies to progeny chicks on usage in breeders.

 

 

Recommended age of administration:
  • Layers: 16th to 18th week
  • Breeders: Primary vaccination - 18th week, Booster vaccination - 40th week

 

 

Route of administration:
  • Subcutaneous/Intramuscular Injection.

 

 

Dosage:
  • 0.5 ml per bird

 

 

Presentation:
  • 1000 ds (500 ml)

 

 

Storage:
  • between 2 to 8 degree centigrade.

 

 

Do not freeze.

Additional Information:

  • Packaging Details: 500ds, 1000ds

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ND IB IBDK (Trivalent, Inactivated Vaccine)
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NEWCASTLE DISEASE, INFECTIOUS BRONCHITIS DISEASE & INFECTIOUS BURSAL DISEASE, , INACTIVATED VACCINE, COMBINED

Doses500 doses1000 doses
GTIN NO.89060657894048906065789411

 

  • Highly immunogenic
  • High Antigen content
  • High sheer emulsion

 

 

Description:
  • High concentration of highly immunogenic inactivated ND virus (LaSota strain) type), IB virus(Mass. type) and IBD virus mixed in effective proportions, processed and presented as high sheer water-in-oil emulsion.

 

 

Content:
  • ND : Minimum 50PD50 per dose of vaccine
  • IB : Minimum 1PD90 per dose of vaccine
  • IBD : Minimum 1PD90 per dose of vaccine

 

 

Indications:
  • Protection against ND, IB and IBD infections
  • Recommended for breeders to boost the immunity of flocks previously vaccinated with live vaccines
  • Suggested for ideal protection to progeny against early infections
  • Uniform transfer of maternal antibodies to progeny chicks.
  • Recommended for layers in endemic areas

 

 

Recommended age of administration:
  • Layers: 16th to 18th week
  • Breeders: Primary vaccination - 18th week, Booster vaccination - 40th week

 

 

Route of administration:
  • Subcutaneous/Intramuscular Injection.

 

 

Dosage:
  • 0.5 ml per bird

 

 

Presentation:
  • 1000 ds (500 ml)

 

 

Storage:
  • between 2 to 8 degree centigrade.

 

 

Do not freeze.

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Inclusion Body Hepatities Vaccine, IBH Vaccine Killed
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INCLUSION BODY HEPATITIS (also known as Hydropericardium syndrome, Leechi disease or Angara disease) IBH is the disease of young broilers caused by Avian Adenovirus affecting 3 to 6 week old birds with mortality up to 70%. The horizontal and vertical transmission play an important role.

 

Doses500 doses1000 doses
GTIN NO.89060657893678906065789374

IBH is manifested as:
  • Sudden onset
  • Birds debilitated & reluctant to move
  • Huddling with ruffled feathers
  • Yellow mucoid droppings
  • Usually affects birds of 3 to 5 week age, but can also affect chicks even of 4 day age
  • Mortality ranges from 2 to 40 % , but can reach to 70% in acute cases
  • Clinical disease results if the birds are infected with immunopsuppressive viruses

 



 

 

The post-mortem lesions in IBH are:
  • Enlarged congested Liver
  • Presence of large round basophilic intranuclear inclusion bodies in hepatocytes microscopically
  • Pericardium filled with fluid
  • Petechial and ecchymotic haemorrhages in heart
  • Congested & haemorrhagic lungs with inflammation and oedema
  • Enlarged, pale and friable kidney
  • Splenomegaly

 

 

Route of administration:
  • GlobiVac IBH can be administered by i/m or s/c injection

 

 

Dose of vaccination:
  • Chicks less than 10 days of age: 0.25 ml per bird
  • Chicks more than 10 days of age: 0.5 ml per bird

 

 

Age of vaccination:
  • Broilers: 1 to 10 days
  • Breeders: 6th and 16th week

 

 

Precautions:
  • Vaccine should be stored and transported as per the conditions recommended.
  • Vaccine vials should not be exposed to direct sun light.
  • Consult your veterinarian for specific vaccination schedule for your farm.
  • Vaccinate only healthy birds.
  • Vaccine should be brought to ambient temperature (15-25 Degree Celcius) before vaccination.
  • Shake the bottle well before and during vaccination.
  • Follow aseptic precautions for vaccination.
  • Use the bottle entirety once opened. Left over vaccine should be discarded.
  • If accidental injection occurs in human, consult your physician immediately.


Additional Information:

  • Packaging Details: 500ds, 1000ds

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