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Biosecurity, vaccination critical in preventing IBD

Biosecurity and vaccination are crucial in preventing IBD (Gumboro disease), said Leandro Ferreira, Poultry Technical Director-Southeast Asia at Phibro Animal Health Corporation. Poor biosecurity,...

Immune complex IBD vaccine adapts to individual chick

One of the main advantages of using an immune complex vaccine for IBD is that this vaccine will adapt to each individual chick, starting...

Protecting against poultry diseases with 3-in-1 vaccine

Marek’s (MD), infectious bursal (IBD) or Gumboro, and Newcastle disease (ND) are prevalent in Asia. Providing a strong immune foundation and optimized protection against...

Be alert for reassortant IBDv, Asian producers told

Be alert about the potential spread of reassortant IBDv strains, Marcelo Paniago, Director of Veterinary Services at Ceva Animal Health Asia, warned Asian poultry...

Homologous vaccine gives optimal protection toward vvIBD

Gumboro virus in Indonesia is closely related to the very virulent infectious bursal disease (vvIBD) virus, according to Medion’s surveillance and molecular biology test. Medion...

Vietnam’s Fivevet develops quadrivalent poultry vaccine

Vietnam’s Central Veterinary Medicine 5 Jsc (Fivevet) is finalizing the trial production of a quadrivalent vaccine against four poultry diseases — Newcastle disease, infectious...

Things to consider in in-ovo vaccination

In-ovo vaccination or transfer should not be carried out before 18 days and 6 hours. A transfer process performed before 18 days would generate...

Biosecurity, vaccination key to controlling IBD

Biosecurity and vaccination, together with good management, are key to controlling infectious bursal disease (IBD) or Gumboro in poultry. First identified over 60 years ago,...

Biosecurity and vaccination key to IBD control

More than 60 years since it was first identified, Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD), also known as Gumboro Disease, remains among the most economically important...

A new approach to controlling Gumboro disease

UDI ASHASH* presents a new promising approach to control IBD with hatchery vaccination that does not interfere with the immune response to other vaccines. Infectious...

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