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Better accuracy, hatchability, protection seen in birds vaccinated with dual-needle system

Broiler studies demonstrate that a dual-needle in ovo delivery system yields more accurate vaccine placement, better hatchability and better disease protection compared to a single-needle...

Successful Marek’s disease vaccination: The devil is in the details

By Don Ritter, DVM, ACPV Senior Director of Health Services and Food Safety Mountaire Farms Inc.

Pathways to protection: How one vaccine decision can affect options for managing other diseases in broilers

Broiler operations want to provide the best disease protection for the least cost, but deciding which vaccines to use and when can be a daunting task.

In ovo Marek’s vaccine yields benefits for breeders, layers

In ovo vaccination for Marek’s disease benefits protection and performance in breeders and layers, according to study results presented at the 2015 International Poultry Scientific Forum.

Environmental risk analysis helps ensure best results with in ovo vaccination

By Tarsicio Villalobos, DVM Director, Technical Service, Biodevices Zoetis Inc.

Studies demonstrate benefits of dual-needle in ovo vaccination for Marek’s disease

In a challenge study believed to be the first of its kind, chickens vaccinated in ovo with a dual-needle delivery system were better protected from Marek’s disease than those receiving the same...

Increased CVI988 vaccine use credited with decline in Marek’s disease

Increased use of CVI988/Rispens vaccines is credited with declines in the incidence of Marek’s disease (MD), according to investigators from USDA‘s Agricultural Research Service.

Better protection shown with recommended Marek’s disease vaccine dose in two genetic lines

The recommended dose of two Marek’s disease virus (MDV) vaccines provided better protection in two genetic lines of meat-type chickens compared to a lower dose, the results of a recent study show,...
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