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Maximizing in-ovo vaccination success

Insufficient immune response, lower hatchability, and contamination leading to increased mortality in the first week contribute to ineffective in-ovo vaccination. Gerd de Lange, Senior...

How successful in-ovo vaccination contributes to profits

Good hatchery management is crucial to produce high-quality chicks and to maximize hatch rates and ensure successful in-ovo vaccination. Asian Agribiz speaks with Gerd de...

Thailand prevents IB via hatchery vaccination

Hatchery vaccination has become a norm, and in Thailand, it is recommended to prevent infectious bronchitis (IB) in chickens. “Farms should spray vaccine at...

Vaccination at the hatchery, first step to better chick immunity

Hatchery vaccination is now a common practice. Vaccinating as early as possible increases the number of dendritic cells in chickens, making their immune system...

Boehringer aims for strong immune foundation for birds

Boehringer Ingelheim staged the 2022 Let’s Speak Poultry Indonesia in Jakarta, aimed at helping producers in establishing a strong immune foundation for their birds. Peter...

Hatchery vaccination provides better protection

Hatchery vaccination provides better protection than on-farm vaccination, especially if there is an immunity gap. Vaccinating as early as possible increases the number of...

Viet producers ‘adopt and adapt’ to support farmers

Poultry production costs are trending up, putting pressure on farmers to look for solutions to optimize production. To raise resilience, breeding companies in Vietnam...

Ceva commits to support Indon poultry producers

Ceva Animal Health Indonesia remains committed to providing poultry producers the best service through the Chick Program and supporting them with necessary equipment and...

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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