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Pharmacological Solutions

As well as poultry vaccines CEVA SANTE ANIMALE provides farmers with all its expertise in anti-infectives to tackle the main poultry rearing diseases: chronic respiratory disease, digestive syndromes and metaphylaxis after beak trimming etc. The range is completed by anti-mycotoxins and anti-coccidials.

A determined and ambitious approach to quality
CEVA SANTE ANIMALE is recognized as among the leading manufacturers of antibiotics for animal health in Europe. To back up the CEVA's assurance of Quality, the Global Poultry Pharmacologic Range are manufactured with the highest possible European standars in full GMP production sites.

Poultry anti-infectives are mainly administered in drinking water, and can combat the main infectious diseases in modern poultry farming.

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Alongside vaccines, the key field of “poultry” expertise, the CEVA Group’s comprehensive range is completed by other specialities.

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Metabolic corrector:
VIGOSINE ®, a carnitine-based oral solution and nutritional supplement

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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.

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