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Novus ADVENT® coccidiosis control

ADVENT® coccidiosis control is an orally administered, live coccidiosis vaccine for broilers. ADVENT is strategic in controlling coccidiosis by stimulating high protective immunity, reducing drug resistance, allowing antibiotic free product and preserving skin pigmentation in broilers.

  • Maximum protection, minimum post-vaccine reaction
  • Consistent dosing with VIACYST® technology
  • Efficient application system with adaptable spray cabinets

Usage Guidelines

Follow instructions on box; resulting in 25 milliliters of vaccine and dye per 100 chickens. Possible vaccination programs:

  • Annual rotation program – 3 cycles of ADVENT followed by 2 cycles with drugs
  • Continuous use for drug free production
  • Bioshuttle – vaccine in first day followed by a coccidiostat drug in the grower diet (beginning after 10 days of age)

Product Characteristics

  • Appearance: Clear liquid with white sediment of oocysts
  • Odor: None
  • pH: 7.2-7.6
  • Packaging: 1,000-dose vials or 10,000 dose vials (1 carton contains 10 vials).
  • Shelf Life: 1 year when stored as directed

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