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Ceva and Mitsui form Ceva Bussan Animal Health

France-based Ceva Santé Animale and Japan’s Mitsui have formed a Japan-based joint venture company called Ceva Bussan Animal Health. The business purpose of the new...

Ceva’s Vectormune helps prevent Newcastle disease

Newcastle disease (ND) has been in Indonesia for over a century and remains a big problem for the poultry industry, said Edy Purwoko, Country...

Vaccine development is for longer immunity, convenient use

Longer duration of immunity, more convenient vaccine application, and bird welfare are just some of the considerations in vaccine development. Jessica Lee, Veterinary Services...

Steps to ensure successful vaccination program

A vaccination program can only be effective if the right type of vaccine is used based on the strain. The program should match the current...

Factors to determine the right time to vaccinate

Several factors must be considered when deciding when to vaccinate. Foremost is to determine the disease then consider the vaccines to use, whether live-attenuated...

Three main purposes of poultry vaccination

Vaccination in the poultry industry has three main purposes, said Jessica Lee, Veterinary Services Manager at Ceva Animal Health Asia. First is to reduce...

Correct vaccination program key to AI control, eradication

Controlling and eradicating avian influenza (AI) calls for correct vaccination programs. Because of potential economic losses, producers should strengthen their vaccination program. "However, the correct...

Avian influenza threatens Indonesian poultry farmers

Avian influenza (AI) remains a concern for the Indonesian poultry sector. Fauzi Iskandar, Veterinary Service Manager at Ceva Animal Health Indonesia, told Asian Agribiz...

Ceva Asia offers continuous education to poultry producers

Ceva Animal Health Asia and Avian Health International teamed up to offer the Ceva Asia Online Poultry Seminar Series (CAPSS), a high-level training on...

Vaccines protect flocks from IBD, prevent losses

Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD) is responsible for huge economic losses for many poultry producers. A resistant virus, it continues to threaten the global poultry...

Management systems partly to blame for IBD prevalence

The desire to maximize space to produce more birds is partly responsible for the continued prevalence of diseases like Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD). “With...

Virulent IBD, economically important and dominates in Asia

Although not the leading poultry disease in Asia, Infectious Bursal Disease is one of the most economically important diseases affecting poultry operations in the...

Biosecurity, vaccination key to controlling IBD

Biosecurity and vaccination, together with good management, are key to controlling Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD) in poultry. First identified over 60 years ago, IBD,...

Asia’s poultry vaccine market enjoys 5% annual growth

The Asianc poultry vaccines market is expected to grow approximately 5% annually, according to Marcelo Paniago, Director Asia Veterinary Services of Ceva Animal Health....

Philippine sow population down 31%

Sow inventory in the Philippines has dropped nearly 31% from its pre-ASF levels, leading to tight. In his presentation during the 24th Pinoy Pork...

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