The vaccine contains per dose at least 106.0 EID50 of Newcastle Disease Mild virus (Strain Clone30 ).
Light yellow spongy block, diffluent after adding the diluent
It is used for prevention of Newcastle Disease in chickens.
Usage and dosage
Dilute the vaccine with sterile saline or distilled water according to the notated doses on the bottle label.
It can adopt the immunization such as eye dropping, nasal drip, drinking water or mist spray.
Eye dropping and nasal drip administration: 0.05ml/chick (1 dose)
Drinking water administration: double doses.
No adverse reaction.
Only used under the guidance of veterinarian.
It is forbidden to use mist spray immunization in the chickens infected mycoplasma.
Vaccine should be stored in a cool and dark place and used up within 4 hours after dilution. The highest temperature of diluent for prepared vaccines should no more than 20 ℃.
For drinking water immunization, there should be no chlorine disinfector in water. Metal containers cannot be used for drinking and all containers should be clean. Stop water for 4 hours before drinking and finish drinking within 1 hour. The waterbowl should be laid on the shady place.
Wash and disinfect hands and equipment after vaccinating.
Prepare the vaccines fresh and use it up once opened.
Prevent from high temperature and sunlight during the delivery and storage.
The used vaccine vials, diluent vials, leftover vaccines and utensils should be subjected to disinfection treatment.
Storage and validity
Stored in the dark place under -15℃ for 24 months.
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