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Live Vaccines

CEVAC® LT L - For the active immunisation of chickens against Infectious Laryngotracheitis from CEVA SANTE ANIMALE

CEVAC® LT L contains the T-20 strain of laryngotracheitis virus in live, freeze dried form. The embryonated hen eggs used in the production of the vaccine are obtained from specified-pathogen-free (SPF) flocks.

For the active immunisation of healthy chickens against Infectious Laryngotracheitis.

Chickens should be vaccinated with CEVAC® LT L at 4 to 16 weeks of age by eye-drop method.
If birds are vaccinated earlier than 4 weeks of age, they should be re-vaccinated at 4 to 16 weeks of age.

A mild conjunctivitis often associated with slight lacrymation could be observed the fourth or fifth day post-vaccination and disappearing about the seventh or eighth day post- vaccination.

- Store vaccine between +2°C and +8°C or 35°F and 45°F
- Protect from light

1,000 dose vials
20 x 1,000 dose vials / box

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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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