rHVT-ND vaccine makes the difference vs. Inactivated ND vaccines in Newcastle disease control

As we are approaching 100 years since it was reported for the first time, Newcastle disease (ND) continues to challenge the poultry industry globally causing in some countries devastating losses. Over this time, improvements have been made for better disease control, but some limitations have been encountered. Recent advances in vaccine development have allowed a significant impact in the control of this disease. Novel ND vaccines permit massive and uniform vaccine administration at the hatchery to induce early and lifelong lasting immunity with minimal additional field interventions have been achieved.
Figure 1. Statistical analyses of Vectormune® ND vs. Inactivated ND vaccines showing higher body weight (100 g) and a lower feed conversion ratio (3 points) in broiler flocks vaccinated with Vectormune® ND.
Figure 1. Statistical analyses of Vectormune® ND vs. Inactivated ND vaccines showing higher body weight (100 g) and a lower feed conversion ratio (3 points) in broiler flocks vaccinated with Vectormune® ND.

Mustafa Seçkin Sandikli

Global Marketing Manager at Ceva

Fernando Lozano, DVM

Global Veterinary Services Manager, Ceva

Jaime Sarabia, DVM

Global Veterinary Services Manager, Ceva

Christophe Cazaban, DVM

Poultry Scientific Director, Ceva

Mathilde Lecoupeur

Real-World Evidence Data Manager at Ceva
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