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The information below is presented by on behalf of CEVA SANTE ANIMALE.
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With CEVA, poultry producers have access to some of the industry’s top experts in poultry who provide value-added services that help enhance performance, productivity and profitability.

Hatchery Support:
The C.H.I.C.K. Program includes FIVE areas of focus to ensure the best utilization of CEVA poultry vaccines in the hatchery.

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Hatchery Equipment:
Dovac Automatic Injection, Autovac Automatic Injection and Desvac Hatch Spray are part of CEVA's range of hatchery equipment.

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Field Support & Equipment:
Every CEVA customer has a dedicated contact who is always available to support their operation, in order to assure optimal use of our products, and help achieve performance goals.

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If you wish to contact Ceva please visit their contact page

Product indications, usage instructions & withdrawal periods may vary by Country.
Always follow label instructions and consult your veteriarian or poultry health adviser.

This page contains information on veterinary pharmaceutical and biological products that are sold in several different countries and areas where they may be marketed under different trade names and pursuant to different regulatory approvals. Accordingly, ThePoultrySite and CEVA SANTE ANIMALE give no guarantee that the details presented are correct with respect to all locations.

Advertisments and/or reference to commercial products or trade names within information provided by does not constitute an endorsement by and does not imply discrimination against any other similar products. This information is aimed at veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses, pharmacists or professional keepers of poultry.

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