Ceva to Launch the “Perfect Pair” for Hatchery Vaccination at 24th World Poultry Congress in Brazil, August 5-9 2012

BRAZIL - Vaccinating against Newcastle and Gumboro disease has always been difficult for broiler producers because of the uncertainty created by varying levels of maternally derived antibodies (MDA) in chicks.
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Focusing on Poultry Health and Biosecurity, Ceva scientists will use this year’s World Poultry Congress in Salvador, Brazil to present the latest advance in hatchery vaccination.

For the first time, a single dose of vaccines given in the hatchery can produce life-long protection against Newcastle and Gumboro diseases, they say.

Ceva calls this significant step forward, using Vectormune HVT-ND and Transmune IBD – The “Perfect Pair”.

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