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AE Vac+

AE Vac

ACVM Number: A1515

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For the vaccination of healthy chicken replacement pullets as an aid in the prevention of avian encephalomyelitis (AE). The vaccine contains live AE virus.

Dosage and Administration
Vaccinate chickens once they reach 10 weeks of age, but at least 4 weeks prior to the beginning of egg production.

Vaccine is given via drinking water administration. Give one dose per chicken.

Caution
Do not vaccinate chickens in egg production. If given to laying flocks, this live virus vaccine could cause a significant or even serious drop in egg production, often lasting 10 to 14 days. Eggs for hatching should not be taken from the flock until 4 weeks following vaccination.

The manufacturer recommends that chickens are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter. Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner. See full directions on insert.
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Presentation
AE-Vac comes in a glass vial. Each vial contains 1,000 doses of vaccine.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C. Do not freeze.

Diseases

Datasheet: SDS AE Vac Final Click to download Safety Datasheet

AE-Poxine+

AE-Poxine

ACVM Number: A4361

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For the vaccination of healthy chicken replacement pullets as an aid in the prevention of avian encephalomyelitis (AE) and fowl pox.  The vaccine contains live AE and fowl pox virus. 

Dosage and Administration
Vaccinate chickens once they reach 8 weeks of age, but at least 4 weeks prior to the beginning of egg production.  Vaccine is given by wing web administration. Give one dose per chicken.

Caution
If given to laying flocks, this live-virus vaccine could cause a significant or even serious drop in egg production - often lasting 10 to 14 days.  Eggs for hatching should not be taken from the flock until 4 weeks have passed following vaccination. Do not vaccinate or expose chickens under 3 weeks of age.

The manufacturer recommends that chickens are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter. Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner. See full directions on insert.
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Presentation
AE-Poxine comes in a glass vial. Each vial contains 1,000 doses of vaccine.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C. Do not freeze.

Diseases

Datasheet: SDS AE Poxine Final Click to download Safety Datasheet

AviPro AE-Pox+

AviPro AE-Pox

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For the vaccination of healthy chicken replacement pullets as an aid in the prevention of avian encephalomyelitis (AE) and fowl pox.

This vaccine is a combination of two live viruses of chicken embryo origin presented in lyophilised form. The vaccine contains the live virus strains of Fowl Pox and Avian Encephalomyelitis.

For further details refer to  AviPro Product Brochure.

Dosage and Administration
This vaccine is recommended for the prevention of Fowl Pox and Avian Encephalomyelitis in chickens. Administration: Wing-web application. Product should not be used during egg production.

Diseases

Datasheet: MSDS AE Pox Click to download Safety Datasheet

Lohmann CAV Chicken Anaemia Vaccine+

Lohmann CAV Chicken Anaemia Vaccine

ACVM Number: A9132

For vaccination of healthy chickens as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by chicken anaemia virus.  The vaccine contains live chicken anaemia virus.

The vaccine is given to pullets prior to lay, to ensure that maternal antibodies are present to protect the newly hatched chicken.  This protection lasts for 3 weeks provided the chickens are not immunologically compromised by other factors, for example Marek’s disease, infectious bursal disease or other management factors.

Dosage and Administration
For administration to layer breeder and broiler breeder chickens via the drinking water.  One dose should be administered to each chicken.  Vaccinate from 12 to 16 weeks of age, at least 6 weeks before the onset of lay.

Caution
The manufacturer recommends that chickens are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter.  Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner.  See full directions on insert .
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Presentation
Lohmann CAV, Chicken Anaemia Virus Vaccine comes in a glass vial. Each vial contains 2,500 doses of vaccine.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C. Do not freeze.

Diseases

Immucox for Breeders & Layers+

Immucox for Breeders & Layers

ACVM Number: A7156

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For vaccination of healthy chickens as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by coccidiosis.  The vaccine contains live oocysts of Eimeria acervulina, E. maxima, E. necatrix and E. tenella.

Immucox for Breeders and Layers provides low numbers of oocysts to the chickens at their first exposure.  This initial exposure allows the chickens to recycle the oocysts shed in the litter.  At least two exposures are required to achieve immunity.  It is important to understand that chickens should be allowed to recycle the oocysts for at least 2 to 3 weeks (see Recycling Diagram). For further details refer to Immucox Chart.

Dosage and Administration
Vaccinate chickens up to five days of age.  No other vaccination for coccidiosis is necessary. 
For vaccination by either water administration or by gel administration.

Caution
Be sure that no anticoccidial (coccidiostat) is used in the feed.  Even a low level of anticoccidial can reduce or negate the effectiveness of the vaccine.  Broad spectum antibiotics which possess anticoccidial activity should not be used together with Immucox for 12 days after vaccination.  If chickens are housed in a confined space (e.g brooding ring), they must be released from confinement by the sixth day post vaccination or area must be at least doubled.

The manufacturer recommends that chickens are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter.  Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner.  See full directions on insert.
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Presentation
Immucox For Breeders and Layers comes in a plastic vial.  Each vial contains 1,000 doses of vaccine.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C.  Do not freeze.

Diseases

Datasheet: Pacifivet SDS Immucox Breeder Layers Vac Click to download Safety Datasheet

Immucox II 1000ds (Prescription Only, P.A.R. Class 1)+

Immucox II 1000ds (Prescription Only, P.A.R. Class 1)

ACVM Number: A9383

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For vaccination of healthy chickens as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by coccidiosis.  The vaccine contains live oocysts of Eimeria acervulina, E. maxima, E. necatrix, E. tenella and E. brunetti.

Immucox II provides low numbers of oocysts to the chickens at the first exposure.  This initial exposure allows the chickens to recycle the oocysts shed in the litter.  At least two exposures are required to achieve immunity.  It is important to understand that chickens should be allowed to recycle the oocysts for at least 2 to 3 weeks.

Dosage and Administration
Vaccinate chickens up to five days of age. No other vaccination for coccidiosis is necessary.
For vaccination by either water administration or by gel administration

Caution
Be sure that no anticoccidial (coccidiostat) is used in the feed.  Even a low level of anticoccidial can reduce or negate the effectiveness of the vaccine.  Broad spectum antibiotics which possess anticoccidial activity should not be used together with Immucox II for the first 12 days after vaccination.  If chickens are housed in a confined space (e.g. brooding ring), they must be released from confinement by the sixth day post vaccination or area must be at least doubled.

 

 

The manufacturer recommends that chickens are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter.  Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner. See full directions on insert.
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Presentation
Immucox II comes in a plastic vial. Each vial contains 1,000 doses of vaccine.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C. Do not freeze.

Diseases

Datasheet: MSDS Immucox II Vac Click to download Safety Datasheet

Immucox for Broilers+

Immucox for Broilers

ACVM Number: A7393

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For vaccination of healthy chickens as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by coccidiosis.  The vaccine contains live oocysts of Eimeria acervulina, E. maxima, E. necatrix and E. tenella.

Immucox for Broilers provides low numbers of oocysts to the chickens at their first exposure.  This initial exposure allows the chickens to recycle the oocysts shed in the litter.  At least two exposures are required to achieve immunity.  It is important to understand that chickens should be allowed to recycle the oocysts for at least 2 to 3 weeks.

Dosage and Administration
Vaccinate chickens up to 5 days of age.  No other vaccination for coccidiosis is necessary.  For vaccination by either water administration or by gel administration.

Caution
Be sure that no anticoccidial (coccidiostat) is used in the feed.  Even a low level of anticoccidial can reduce or negate the effectiveness of the vaccine.  Broad spectum antibiotics which possess anticoccidial activity should not be used together with Immucox for the first 12 days after vaccination.  If chickens are housed in a confined space (e.g. brooding ring), they must be released from confinement by the sixth day post vaccination or area must be at least doubled.

 

The manufacturer recommends that chickens are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter.  Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner. See full directions on insert.
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Presentation
Immucox For Broilers comes in a plastic vial.  Each vial contains 1,000 doses of vaccine.

Storage
Store in the dark, refrigerated at 2 to 7°C.  Do not freeze.

Diseases

Datasheet: MSDS Immucox Broiler Vac Click to download Safety Datasheet

Izovac Coryza 3+

Izovac Coryza 3

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Diseases

Poulvac Coryza ABC+

Poulvac Coryza ABC

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Poulvac Coryza ABC contains adjuvanted, inactivated cultures of strains representing Haemophilus paragallinarum serovars A, B, and C.   For the vaccination of healthy chickens as an aid in the prevention of clinical signs associated with Haemophilus paragallinarum caused by serovars A, B, and C.

Dosage and Administration
Inject 0.5 mL (0.5 cc) subcutaneously (in the lower neck region) or intramuscularly using aseptic technique.  Vaccinate only healthy chickens 8 weeks of age or older.  Revaccinate at least 3 weeks following initial vaccination and no less than 4 weeks prior to onset of lay.

Caution
Store in the dark at 2° to 7°C (36° to 45°F).  Do not freeze.  Warm to 22°C (72°F) and shake well before using.  Do not vaccinate within 42 days before slaughter.  Use entire contents when first opened.

Warning:  In case of accidental human injection seek immediate medical attention.  For veterinary use only.

Diseases

Izovac EDS+

Izovac EDS

ACVM Number: A10567

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For vaccination of healthy chickens as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by Egg Drop Syndrome (EDS '76).  The vaccine contains inactivated EDS '76 Virus 108 EID50 before inactivation in oil emulsion.

 

Dosage and Administration
Inject subcutaneously (at the back of the neck) or intramuscularly (pectoral muscles) at 18-20 weeks of age before the laying period.
A single administration is sufficient to protect the animals against EDS ‘76.

 

Presentation
Izovac EDS comes in a box containing 10 bottles of 500 doses (250ml) and a box containing 10 bottles of 1000 doses (500ml).
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Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C. Do not freeze.

 

Diseases

Datasheet: MSDS Izovac EDS Click to download Safety Datasheet

Chick-N-Pox TC+

Chick-N-Pox TC

ACVM Number: A2780

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For vaccination of healthy chickens at one day of age.  The vaccine can be also be given to hens in lay as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by fowl pox. The vaccine contains mild live fowl pox virus.

Dosage and Administration
In areas where protection of replacement layer pullets is needed prior to 6 weeks of age Chick-N-Pox TC is recommended.  For chickens not vaccinated at the hatchery, Chick-N-Pox TC is administered by the wing-web stab method at 2 weeks of age using a two-needle vaccine stabber. Revaccination of pullets is required at 12 weeks of age with Poxine to provide immunity through out the laying cycle.
For wing web administration, give one dose per chicken.

Caution
The manufacturer recommends that chickens are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter.  Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner.  See full directions on insert.
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Presentation
Chick-N-Pox TC comes in a glass vial. Each vial contains 1,000 doses of vaccine.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C. Do not freeze.

Diseases

Datasheet: MSDS Chick N Pox Click to download Safety Datasheet

Poxine+

Poxine

ACVM Number: A2779

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For the vaccination of healthy chickens 6 weeks of age or older and of healthy turkeys 8 weeks or older, for the prevention of avian fowl pox.  The vaccine contains live fowl pox virus.
 
Dosage and Administration
Poxine is recommended for vaccination against fowl pox in chickens 6 weeks of age or older and at least 1 month prior to coming into production. Poxine is recommended for vaccination of turkeys 8 weeks or older.

This vaccine is also recommended for the revaccination, at 12 weeks of age, of chickens that have been vaccinated earlier than 6 weeks with another vaccine for the prevention of fowl pox.  For wing stab administration method, give one dose of vaccine per bird.

Caution
The manufacturer recommends that birds are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter.  Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner.  See full directions on insert.
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Presentation
Poxine comes in a glass vial.  Each vial contains 1,000 doses of vaccine.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C. Do not freeze.

Diseases

Datasheet: MSDS Poxine Click to download Safety Datasheet

Hepatitis 4 & 8+

Hepatitis 4 & 8

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Diseases

Bronchitis Mass+

Bronchitis Mass

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For vaccination of healthy chickens as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by Infectious Bronchitis.  The vaccine contains live Infectious Bronchitis virus, Massachusetts strain.
 
Dosage and Administration
Bron Mass vaccine can be administered 4 different ways: intranasal, intraocular, drinking water and spray administration.  If given either by intranasal administration or intraocular administration the vaccine must be accompanied by diluent and can be given to chickens from day of age.  If chickens are vaccinated using drinking water administration and are less than 2 weeks of age they should be given a booster vaccination via spray administration once they are 4 weeks of age or older.

Caution
If possible, vaccinate all susceptible chickens on the premises at the same time.

The manufacturer recommends that chickens are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter.  Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner.  See full directions on insert.
 
Presentation
Bronchitis Vaccine, Mass. Type, Live Virus, comes in a glass vial.  Each vial contains 1,000 doses of vaccine.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C. Do not freeze.

Diseases

Bronchitis Mass 10+

Bronchitis Mass 10

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For vaccination of healthy chickens as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by Infectious Bronchitis.  The vaccine contains live Infectious Bronchitis virus, Massachusetts strain.
 
Dosage and Administration
Bron Mass vaccine can be administered 4 different ways: intranasal, intraocular, drinking water and spray administration.  If given either by intranasal administration or intraocular administration the vaccine must be accompanied by diluent and can be given to chickens from day of age.  If chickens are vaccinated using drinking water administration and are less than 2 weeks of age they should be given a booster vaccination via spray administration once they are 4 weeks of age or older.

Caution
If possible, vaccinate all susceptible chickens on the premises at the same time.

The manufacturer recommends that chickens are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter.  Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner.  See full directions on insert.
 
Presentation
Bronchitis Vaccine, Mass. Type, Live Virus, comes in a glass vial.  Each vial contains 1,000 doses of vaccine. Total of 10,000 doses.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C. Do not freeze.

Diseases

Cevac Mass L+

Cevac Mass L

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Diseases

Pacificvet IB New Zealand 'A' Strain+

Pacificvet IB New Zealand 'A' Strain

ACVM Number: A4552

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For vaccination of healthy chickens as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by Infectious Bronchitis.  The vaccine contains live Infectious Bronchitis virus.
 
Dosage and Administration
Recommended for vaccination via drinking water administration at 4 weeks of age.  A booster vaccination should be given at 10 weeks of age by drinking water or fine spray administration as the course of primary vaccination.

Caution
Live vaccination of a laying flock can result in transient drops in egg production and affect egg quality.

The manufacturer recommends that birds are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter.  Use entire contents when first opened.  Dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner.  See full directions on insert.
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Presentation
Pacificvet Infectious Bronchitis New Zealand ‘A’ Strain Vaccine comes in a glass vial.  Each vial contains 1,000 doses of vaccine.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C.  Do not freeze.

Diseases

Inacti/Vac IB 1+

Inacti/Vac IB 1

ACVM Number: A8021

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For vaccination of healthy chickens as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by Infectious Bronchitis.  The vaccine contains inactivated Infectious Bronchitis virus.
 
Dosage and Administration
Recommended for injections (Sub-cutaneous in the back of the neck or Intra-muscular in the breast muscle) between 10 to 18 weeks of age as a booster vaccination after live priming.

Caution
The manufacturer recommends that birds are not vaccinated within 21 days prior to slaughter.  Use entire contents when first opened.  Dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner.  See full directions on insert.
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Presentation
Inacti/Vac IB1 comes in a plastic bottle.  Each bottle contains 1,000 doses of vaccine.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C.  Do not freeze.

Diseases

Datasheet: MSDS Inacti Vac IB Click to download Safety Datasheet

Bursine-2 +

Bursine-2

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For vaccination of healthy chickens as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by infectious bursal disease (IBD) virus.  The vaccine contains intermediate live infectious bursal disease virus, Lukert strain.  A mild vaccine is usually given first at one day of age.  This is followed by Bursine-2 at 12 to 21 days, which will stimulate immunity without a negative effect on the bursa and in the presence of declining levels of maternal antibodies.
 
Dosage and Administration
Chickens:  Vaccinate chickens via the drinking water at 7 days of age or older.

Breeders:  When used as a primer for an inactivated IBD vaccine, Bursine-2 should be administered via the drinking water 6 to 8 weeks prior to administration of the inactivated vaccine.

Bursine-2 is for drinking water administration.

Caution
Use only on premises with a history of infectious bursal disease.

The manufacturer recommends that chickens are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter.  Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner. S ee full directions on insert.
 
Presentation
Bursine-2 comes in a glass vial.  Each vial contains 1,000 doses of vaccine.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C.  Do not freeze.

Diseases

Datasheet: MSDS Bursine K Click to download Safety Datasheet

Izovac Gumboro 2 +

Izovac Gumboro 2

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For vaccination of healthy chickens as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by Infectious Bursa Disease (Gumboro).  The vaccine contains live intermediate Infectious Bursa Disease (Gumboro) Virus 103 EID50 in stabilising solution.

Dosage and Administration
Broilers, layers and breeders:  The vaccine can be administered by eye-drop or drinking water at 1 day of age.
Re-vaccinate at 18 - 20 days of age via drinking water.
A third vaccination for breeders is given before point of lay via drinking water together with inactivated IBD vaccine.

Presentation
Izovac Gumboro 2 comes in a box containing 10 bottles of 1000 dose and a box containing 10 bottles of 2500 doses.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C. Do not freeze.

Diseases

Izovac IBD Inactivated+

Izovac IBD Inactivated

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For vaccination of healthy breeder chickens as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by Infectious Bursa Disease (Gumboro).  The vaccine contains inactivated Infectious Bursa Disease (Gumboro) Virus 106 EID50 before inactivation in oil emulsion.

Dosage and Administration
Inject subcutaneously (at the back of the neck) or intramuscularly (pectoral muscles) at 18-20 weeks of age before the laying period.
A first vaccination with live vaccines against Infectious Bursa Disease is recommended.

Presentation
Izovac IBD comes in a box containing 10 bottles of 500 doses (250ml) and a box containing 10 bottles of 1000 doses (500ml).

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C. Do not freeze.

Diseases

Maternavac IBD - Reo+

Maternavac IBD - Reo

Diseases

Laryngo Vac (Prescription Only, P.A.R. Class 1)+

Laryngo Vac (Prescription Only, P.A.R. Class 1)

ACVM Number: A3151

For vaccination of healthy chickens as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by infectious laryngotracheitis.  The vaccine contains live infectious laryngotracheitis virus.

Dosage and Administration
Laryngo Vac is to be given to chickens intraocularly. Each chicken requires one drop of diluted vaccine into one eye only.  The vaccine can also be given by drinking water or by coarse spray.  Vaccinate chickens when they are 4 weeks old; or, if conditions dictate, chickens may be vaccinated as early as 10 days of age.

Caution
A mild conjunctival reaction may occur approximately 4 days following vaccination.  This occurs more often in dry, dusty houses than in well-managed quarters.  Such a reaction will disappear in about 3 days.

The manufacturer recommends that chickens are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter.  Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner.  See full directions on insert.
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Presentation
Laryngo-Vac comes in a glass vial. Each vial contains 1,000 doses.  Each vial also comes with sterile diluent in a 30mL plastic bottle sufficient for 1,000 doses.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C.  Do not freeze.

Diseases

MD-Vac Lyophilized +

MD-Vac Lyophilized

ACVM Number: A2733

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For vaccination of healthy one day old chickens only, as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by Marek’s disease virus.  The vaccine contains live cell free turkey herpesvirus (HVT) FC 126 strain.

MD-Vac is a Type 3 vaccine and it is lyophilised (freeze dried) which allows for convenient storage (refrigeration) and handling.  MD-Vac is less effective than the cell associated vaccines in the presence of maternal antibodies and in the face of high field strain challenge of Marek’s disease virus.

Dosage and Administration
Vaccinate chickens at day of age subcutaneously.  Each chicken receives 0.2mLs of vaccine.

Caution
The manufacturer recommends that chickens are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter.  Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner.  See full directions on insert.
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Presentation
MD-Vac comes in a glass vial and contains 1,000 doses of vaccine.  MD-Vac is given mixed with a 200mL bottle of Fort Dodge Sterile Diluent.  This is sold separately.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C.  Do not freeze

Diseases

Datasheet: MSDS MD Vac Click to download Safety Datasheet

Poulvac CVI+HVT Mareks Disease+

Poulvac CVI+HVT Mareks Disease

ACVM Number: A7892

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For vaccination of healthy one day old chickens as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by Marek’s disease virus.  The vaccine contains a combination of live cell associated chicken herpesvirus, Rispens CVI- 988 strain and the turkey herpesvirus (HVT) FC126 strain.

Dosage and Administration
Vaccinate chickens at day of age subcutaneously.  Each chick receives 0.2mL of vaccine.  Each Poulvac Marek CVI+HVT Vaccine ampoule is given mixed with a 200mL bottle of Fort Dodge Sterile Diluent.  This is sold separately.

Caution
When handling the Liquid Nitrogen take all precautionary measures, including the use of gloves and a face shield or goggles, to avoid any potential hazards.  Beware of any possible explosions of the glass ampoules as they are taken from the Liquid Nitrogen Canister and placed in the thawing container.

The manufacturer recommends that chickens are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter.  Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner.  See full directions on insert.
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Presentation
Poulvac CVI+HVT comes in glass ampoules on metal straws, stored in Liquid Nitrogen. Each metal straw holds 5 ampoules and each ampoule contains 1,000 doses of vaccine. Poulvac CVI+HVT is sold by the straw, therefore equalling an order of 5,000 doses.

Storage
The vaccine ampoules must be transported and stored submerged in Liquid Nitrogen at -192°C in approved canisters.  Never allow the storage chain to be interrupted otherwise the immunising properties will be destroyed. Liquid Nitrogen canisters must be transported according to Dangerous Goods Regulations.

Diseases

Datasheet: MSDS Poulvac Coryza Click to download Safety Datasheet

VVMD-Vac +

VVMD-Vac

ACVM Number: A6751

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For vaccination of healthy one day old chickens as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by Marek’s disease.  The vaccine contains a combination of live cell associated chicken herpesvirus, 301B/1 strain and the turkey herpesvirus (HVT) FC126 strain.

Dosage and Administration
Vaccinate chickens at day of age subcutaneously.  Each chicken receives 0.2mL of vaccine.  Each VVMD-Vac ampoule is given mixed with a 200mL bottle of Fort Dodge Sterile Diluent.  This is sold separately.

Caution
When handling the Liquid Nitrogen take all precautionary measures, including the use of gloves and face shield or goggles, to avoid any potential hazards.  Beware of any possible explosions of the glass ampoules as they are taken from the Liquid Nitrogen Canister and placed in the thawing container.

The manufacturer recommends that chickens are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter.  Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner.  See full directions on insert.
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Presentation
VVMD-Vac comes in glass ampoules on metal straws, stored in Liquid Nitrogen. Each metal straw holds 5 ampoules and each ampoule contains 1,000 doses of vaccine.  VVMD-Vac is sold by the straw therefore, equalling an order of 5,000 doses.

Storage
The vaccine ampoules must be transported and stored submerged in Liquid Nitrogen at -192°C in approved canisters.  Never allow the storage chain to be interrupted, otherwise the immunising properties will be destroyed.  Liquid Nitrogen canisters must be transported according to Dangerous Goods Regulations.

Diseases

Datasheet: MSDS VVMD Vac Click to download Safety Datasheet

MG-Bac +

MG-Bac

ACVM Number: A4362

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For vaccination of healthy chickens as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by Mycoplasma Gallisepticum (MG).  The vaccine contains killed Mycoplasma Gallisepticum bacteria in an oil emulsion. 

Dosage and Administration
Inject 0.5mL subcutaneously for chickens 1 to 10 weeks of age using aseptic technique.  If 10 weeks of age or older, chickens may be vaccinated either subcutaneously or intramuscularly.  The vaccination program should be completed prior to the point of lay.  For optimum results, vaccinate twice, allowing at least 4 weeks between vaccinations.  Revaccinate chickens during molt before the second laying period.

Where pullets are raised free of Mycoplasma Gallisepticum infection and there is a risk the pullets may become infected during lay, then it is standard to vaccinate the flock at 10 to 12 weeks of age with one dose of MG-Bac.

Caution
In case of accidental human injection seek immediate medical attention.  Warm to 22ºC and shake well before use.  Do not vaccinate broilers or meat producing turkeys by the intramuscular route of administration; use subcutaneously.  If chickens are vaccinated during lay, a drop in egg production may occur.

 

The manufacturer recommends that chickens are vaccinated at least 42 days prior to slaughter. Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner. See full directions on enclosed sheet entitled “In Case of Accidental Self-Injection of Oil Emulsion Vaccine”.
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Presentation
MG-Bac is an oil emulsion and comes in a 500mL plastic bottle. Each bottle contains 1,000 doses of vaccine.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C. Do not freeze.

Diseases

Datasheet: MSDS MG Bac Click to download Safety Datasheet

MS-Bac +

MS-Bac

ACVM Number: A5274

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For vaccination of healthy chickens and turkeys as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by Mycoplasma Synoviae (MS).  The vaccine contains killed Mycoplasma Synoviae bacteria in an oil emulsion.

Dosage and Administration
Inject 0.5mL subcutaneously for birds 1 to 10 weeks of age using aseptic technique. If 10 weeks of age or older, birds may be vaccinated either subcutaneously or intramuscularly (see pages 56 & 57). For optimum results, vaccinate twice, allowing at least 4 weeks between vaccinations. Revaccinate birds during molt before the second laying period.

Caution
In case of accidental human injection seek immediate medical attention. Warm to 22ºC and shake well before use.

The manufacturer recommends that birds are vaccinated at least 42 days prior to slaughter.  Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner. See full directions on enclosed sheet entitled “In Case of Accidental Self-Injection of Oil Emulsion Vaccine”.
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Presentation
MS-Bac is an oil emulsion and comes in a 500mL plastic bottle. Each bottle contains 1,000 doses of vaccine.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C. Do not freeze.

Diseases

Datasheet: MSDS MS Bac Click to download Safety Datasheet

Newcastle B1 +

Newcastle B1

Bronmass
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Diseases

Izovac FC +

Poulvac Pabac IV +

Poulvac Pabac IV

ACVM Number: A9288

Poulpabac
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For vaccination of healthy chickens and turkeys as an aid in the prevention of disease caused by fowl cholera Pasteurella multocida (fowl cholera).  The vaccine contains killed Pasteurella multocida bacteria avian isolates 1,3,4 & 3x4 in an oil emulsion.
 
Dosage and Administration
Chickens:  Inject 0.5mL subcutaneously (in the lower neck region) using aseptic techniques.  Vaccinate at 12 weeks of age and repeat 4 to 5 weeks later.

Turkeys:  Inject 0.5mL subcutaneously (in the lower neck region) using aseptic techniques.  Vaccinate at 8 to 10 weeks of age or when birds go on range.  Repeat 4 to 5 weeks later. If necessary, vaccinations may be repeated at 2 to 3 month intervals.

Caution
In case of accidental human injection seek immediate medical attention.  Warm to 24ºC to 29ºC and shake well before use.

Manufacturer recommends that birds are vaccinated at least 42 days prior to slaughter.  Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner.  See full directions on enclosed sheet entitled “In Case of Accidental Self- Injection of Oil Emulsion Vaccine”.
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Presentation
Poulvac Pabac IV is an oil emulsion and comes in a 500mL plastic bottle.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C. Do not freeze.

Diseases

Datasheet: MSDS Poulvac Pabac IV Click to download Safety Datasheet

Biodose ST +

Biodose ST

ACVM Number: A10721

Biodosest
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Diseases

Megan Vac 1+

Megan Vac 1

ACVM Number: A7935

Meganmv
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For vaccination of healthy chickens as an immunological aid to reduce the colonisation, invasion and faecal excretion due to Salmonella Typhimurium, Salmonella Heidelberg and Salmonella Enteritidis.

The vaccine contains live attenuated Salmonella Typhimurium organisms.  The primary action of Megan Vac 1 is to reduce the shedding of Salmonella Typhimurium through chickens into the human food chain.  Salmonella organisms are spread widely throughout the environment. Salmonella prevention requires complex controls and monitoring. Megan Vac 1 plays an important role in salmonella control programmes.

Megan Vac 1 is used in breeder chickens to prevent vertical transmission of salmonella to progeny destined for broiler or layer production. It is used in the layer chickens to control salmonella shedding in or on eggs. In broiler chickens it is used to control salmonella on chicken meat.

 

Dosage and Administration
All chickens are vaccinated by coarse spray at day of age (generally done by the hatchery).  The longer lived layer and breeder chickens are revaccinated by drinking water or coarse spray at 2 weeks of age and again at 16 weeks.  Broiler chickens are revaccinated at 14 days in the drinking water or by coarse spray.

The dose rate varies for each class of chicken according to the length and degree of immunity required.  For full details see instructions on insert.

Caution
The manufacturer recommends that chickens are vaccinated at least 21 days prior to slaughter.  Use required doses of vaccine when first opened and dispose of vaccine container and all unused contents in an approved manner.  See full directions on insert.
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Presentation
Megan Vac 1 comes in three different dose size vials. A small vial (SV) is sufficient vaccine for 500 Breeders, or 1,000 Layers or 5,000 Broilers. A medium size vial (MV) is sufficient for 1,000 Breeders, or 2,000 Layers or 10,000 Broilers. A large vial is sufficient for 2,000 Breeders, or 4,000 Layers or 20,000 Broilers.

Storage
Store in the dark refrigerated at 2 to 7°C. Do not freeze.

Diseases

Datasheet: MSDS Meganvac Click to download Safety Datasheet

Sundries

AviBlue+

AviBlue

AviBlue 375gm

 

AviBlue is used when vaccinating poultry flocks via drinking water administration.

When live vaccines are re-suspended into water, the antigen count (titre) may inevitably reduce as it spends time dissolved in the water.  This is due to the natural survival rate of the micro-organism in a water suspension.  Such reduction can be accelerated under sub-optimal water conditions.  When using AviBlue, water stabilisation becomes easier to guarantee and more practical for the farm routine.

AviBlue is an effervescent granulate with improved solubility reducing the negative effects of water and making the flow of water in the drinking line visible.  AviBlue contains a combination of neutralising agents that buffer the negative effects of hard water containing residues of chlorine.  These conditions will reduce the effectiveness of live vaccines. 
 
Dosage and Administration
Dissolve AviBlue into drinking water with a concentration of 125 grams per 1,000 litres.
For medicating pumps, calculate the total amount of water to be consumed in two hours and dissolve the equivalent concentration into stock solution, also to be finished in two hours.  For intense colouring effects the concentration can be increased to 125 grams per 100 litres.

Caution
Not intended for spray, aerosol, eye-drop or injectable application. Not intended for human consumption.
 
Presentation
AviBlue comes in a 375 gram bottle with measuring cap.

Storage

Baycox 2.5%+

Baycox 2.5%

Baycox 2.5% 1 Litre

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

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Coxiprol Liquid+

Coxiprol Liquid

Coxiprol Liquid 1L

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

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Vac Check Mareks Blue Dye+

Vac Check Mareks Blue Dye

Vac Check Mareks Blue Dye 10mls

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Needles 18g x 0.5"+

Needles 18g x 0.5"

Needles 18g x 0.5"    Box of 100

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Needle 18 x 1"+

Needle 18 x 1"

Needle 18 x 1" Box of 100

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Needles 18g x 1.5"+

Needles 18g x 1.5"

Needles 18g x 1.5" Box 100

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Needles 20g x 0.5"+

Needles 20g x 0.5"

Needles 20g x 0.5"    Box of 100

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Needles 20g x 1"+

Needles 20g x 1"

Needles 20g x 1"       Box of 100

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Needles 20 x 1.5"+

Needles 20 x 1.5"

Needles 20 x 1.5" Box of 100

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Needles 22g x 3/4"+

Needles 22g x 3/4"

Needles 22g x 3/4"   Box of 100

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Pacific Oasis 3000ds+

Pacific Oasis 3000ds

Pacific Oasis 1000ds

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Pullet Holder 0.1ml+

Pullet Holder 0.1ml

Pullet Holder 0.1ml doses

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Pullet Holder, Black, 0.2ml+

Pullet Holder, Black, 0.2ml

Pullet Holder, Black, 0.2ml doses

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Pullet Holder, White, 0.5ml+

Pullet Holder, White, 0.5ml

Pullet Holder, White, 0.5ml doses

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Stereo Holder, Twin Vacc, 0.5ml+

Stereo Holder, Twin Vacc, 0.5ml

Stereo Holder, Twin Vacc, 0.5ml ds

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Pullet Syringe with Spike & Suction+

Pullet Syringe with Spike & Suction

Pullet Syringe with Spike & Suction

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Syringes LL 12ml+

Syringes LL 12ml

Syringes LL 12ml each

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Syringe 3ml Disposable+

Syringe 3ml Disposable

Syringe 3ml Disposable Each

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Syringe 30ml+

Syringe 30ml

Syringe 30ml

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Syringe 5ml+

Syringe 5ml

Syringe 5ml Box 100

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Thama 220 0.5cc Syringe+

Thama 220 0.5cc Syringe

Thama 220 0.5cc Syringe

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Thama 222 Double Syringe+

Thama 222 Double Syringe

Thama 222 Double Syringe

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Double Needle Pox Vaccinator+

Double Needle Pox Vaccinator

Double Needle Pox Vaccinator

 

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue

Vitamins and Electrolytes for Poultry 1 kg+

Vitamins and Electrolytes for Poultry 1 kg

V & E Poultry Soluble 1 kg

 

Vitamins and Electrolytes for Poultry

A supplement to assist maintain and restore physiological fluid balance in chickens and turkeys, which can be used along with specific medication.

Vitamins and Electrolytes for Poultry 18 kg+

Vitamins and Electrolytes for Poultry 18 kg

V & E Poultry Soluble 18 kg

 

Vitamins and Electrolytes for Poultry

A supplement to assist maintain and restore physiological fluid balance in chickens and turkeys, which can be used along with specific medication.

Vitamins and Electrolytes for Poultry 3 kg+

Vitamins and Electrolytes for Poultry 3 kg

V & E Poultry Soluble 3 kg

 

Vitamins and Electrolytes for Poultry

A supplement to assist maintain and restore physiological fluid balance in chickens and turkeys, which can be used along with specific medication.

Immucox Spray Gun+

Immucox Spray Gun

Immucox Spray Gun

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT

Pacificvet presents our catalogue of poultry vaccination equipment and parts for use in farms and hatcheries.

For complete manual injection and for the aid in vaccination with semi-automatic pneumatic vaccinators, we introduce two basic lines:

  • The disposable, non-washable syringes, which must be adapted to non-disposable pullet holders
  • The all-metal, washable and durable injector guns

Both systems have their own advantages.  Please ask Pacificvet for a price list and contact us directly for any technical assistance, more detailed product information or suggestions.

Click here to download our latest product catalogue