Kills bacteria, virus and fungus through oxidative effect.
Approved by Defra for disinfection of specific virus.
Potassium peroxomonosulfate >50%
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:
Foot bath 1: 300.
Aerial disinfection 1:150.
Water disinfection 1:250.
Drinking water disinfection 1:1000.
Store below 30°C in dry place. Protect from direct sunlight.
Keep away from children.
Laryngo-Vac® is a monovalent modiﬁed-live virus vaccine for the immunization of chickens against infectious laryngotracheitis (ILT).
Modiﬁed-live infectious laryngotracheitis virus, Cover strain
Laryngo-Vac® is recommended for administration to healthy chickens to help protect against ILT.
- Vaccinate birds when they are 4 weeks old; or, if conditions dictate, birds may be vaccinated as early as 10 days of age.
- Revaccinate replacement birds at 16 to 20 weeks of age.
- This vaccine is recommended for the immunization of healthy birds. If an outbreak of infectious laryngotracheitis occurs on your operation, immediately institute a program of vaccination of birds farthest from the infected and work toward the infected birds.
- Dosage: One dose per bird.
METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION
Eye drop (intraocular), drinking water or coarse spray: See the product insert for detailed instructions for vaccine administration.
10 x 1,000 doses
Store in the dark at 2°C to 7°C.
MG-Bac® is an inactivated vaccine for the immunization of healthy chickens and turkeys against clinical signs associated with Mycoplasma gallisepticum infection.
Inactivated M. gallisepticum.
MG-Bac® is recommended for vaccination of healthy chickens and healthy turkeys 1 week of age or older to protect against clinical signs associated with M. gallisepticum infection.
- Inject healthy chickens or turkeys 1 to 10 weeks of age subcutaneously (in the lower neck region) using aseptic technique. For birds 10 weeks of age or older, one may vaccinate intramuscularly or subcutaneously.
- For optimum results, vaccinate twice, allowing at least 4 weeks between vaccinations. The vaccination program should be completed prior to the point of lay.
- Revaccinate birds during molt before the second laying period.
- Dosage: One dose (0.5 mL) per bird.
METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION
Subcutaneous injection (in the lower neck region), or intramuscularly (only in birds 10 weeks of age or older).
500 mL (1,000 doses) bottle
- Store in the dark at 2°C to 7°C.
- Do not freeze.
Coccidiosis freeze dried live vaccine
Administration via spraying
Vaccinate day-old chick via spray method or via drinking water at 1-10 days of age (Refer to technical insert for vaccine suspension preparation).
Administration via spraying: Suitable for vaccination of one-day- old chickens in hatcheries. Shake the bottle well and dilute its content with the appropriate amount of water as indicated below. Then apply in coarse spray to chickens already placed in transport crates. Sprayed chickens must be kept in the crates at least for next 3 hours.
Dosage: For every 100 chickens, use 1ml (=100 doses) of Livacox® T or Q diluted in 19ml of water.
Administration via drinking water
Livacox® T or Q should be administered orally to chickens 1-10 days old. Shake the bottle well and dilute its content
with the appropriate amount of drinking water as indicated below. Stop water supply for 2 hours before vaccination. The birds should then drink all the water containing Livacox® T or Q dry within next 2 hours.
Dosage: Vaccine dilution should be adjusted to chickens´ age and temperature in the poultry house. Use following formula to achieve optimal dosage: 1L of water for every 1,000 chickens and every day of their age. (i.e. 4 day of age, require 4L of water)