Ceva and the Science of Vaccinology12 February 2015
FRANCE - Ceva's understanding of the "science of vaccinology" is at the core of its poultry business, which centres on the the needs of all its customers.
What is vaccinology? the dictionary definition is as follows: 'Vaccinology : A nascent field of expertise related to the creation and deployment of vaccines; the field 'borrows' from epidemiology, immunology, infectious disease, paediatrics, preventive medicine, public health, virology'.
But is it important to the everyday needs of poultry producers?
Ceva Animal Health thinks so – producing innovative vaccines, such as Transmune and Vectormune but then having no idea about their uptake in the field is no longer enough.
That’s why Ceva’s poultry business is centred around the needs of its customers – large and small – to ensure that you have the expert advice, equipment and services to ensure that our vaccines work as part of your preventative health programmes.
Desvac and ECAT, the company's equipment businesses, provide state-of-the-art machines designed to meet all types of on-farm situation, from in-ovo vaccination in the largest hatcheries, to application of coccidiosis vaccines through innovative gel spray cabinets or simple but safe individual day-old chick injectors. We are developing the vaccinology solutions to ease producers' lives.
Over 80 Ceva hatchery technicians work round the clock, globally supporting our C.H.I.C.K and EGG programmes giving producers valuable daily feedback about their production efficiency.
From the small egg producers in Ethiopia to the future global challenges posed by coccidiosis - both covered in this edition of ThePoultrySite Digital), Ceva is working with you to develop the “science of vaccinology”.
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