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AE and Fowl Pox Vaccine
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Avian Encephalomyelitis (AE) disease can cause devastating egg production drop in laying hens. In breeders, the AE virus can be passed to offsping resulting in neurological disorders and mortality. When AE causes neurological lesions, it maybe described as "Crazy Chick Disease". Fowl Pox disease often results in poor growth and mortality in broilers, commercial layers and breeders. Fowl Pox infection also causes egg production losses in laying hens. Vaccination is applied through the wing web with an enclosed stabber. Comes in 1,000 dose vial. Once open, discard any unused vaccine. Vaccines are shipped in an insulated box with ice packs. A boxing and handling charge of $25.00 will apply. Up to 4 vaccines can be put into one box. Vaccines must be delivered within two days, express shipping cost will also apply and can only be shipped Monday-Wednesday. A signature is required upon delivery. VACCINES CANNOT BE RETURNED. Cannot ship this vaccine to AZ or Canada
Can it be administered to fully grown hens? If so, what is the egg withholding time?
It is recommended for healthy birds that are between 10 of age or 4 weeks before production. Should not be administered to laying hens as it is a live vaccine and we do not know the withdraw period.
Is this for chicks or adults?
AE/fowl pox vaccine is recommending administering at 10 weeks of age and/or 4 weeks before egg production or slaughtering.
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