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Poultry vet offers tips for managing vaccination programs for infectious bursal disease (IBD)

Producers have many options for vaccinating for infectious bursal disease (IBD), but there’s no blanket program for all operations or all seasons.  Kalen Cookson, DVM, a veterinarian for Zoetis, reviews the various tools available and how to use them most effectively.




Posted on February 26, 2015

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