For prevention of Avian Encephalomyelitis and Fowl Pox.
1000 doses live freeze dried vaccine per vial
10 ml of Sterile Diluent 29
One live virus vaccination.
From 8 weeks-of-age until 4 weeks before the start of egg production administer AE-Poxine® by wing-web stab.
Monitoring vaccine “takes”
Select 20 chickens 10 – 14 days after vaccination and check for vaccine “takes”. More than 50% of the flock should have some swelling and / or scabs at the wing-web stab site.
Store refrigerated at 2 to 7˚C. Do not allow to freeze. Do not expose to disinfectants, direct sunlight or heat.
After reconstitution use the vaccine within 1 hour.
In accordance with the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) best practice, all susceptible birds should be vaccinated concurrently with the dose recommended by the manufacturer.
Do not allow the vaccine to touch the feathers or head of the chicken.
Do not vaccinate chicks less than 3 weeks of age.
Do not vaccinate sick or debilitated birds.
Administration of live vaccine to flocks in lay may result in a transient decrease in egg production for up to 14 days.
Do not administer live vaccine to breeders within 4 weeks of onset of lay or during egg production. The AE virus is shed in faeces and transmitted vertically in eggs for up to 4 weeks following vaccination. Eggs for hatching should not be taken from the flock until 4 weeks have elapsed following
See AE-Poxine® package insert for detailed directions for use.
AE-Poxine® registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997, No. A4361. See www.foodsafety.govt.nz for registration conditions.
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