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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...

Advantages of in-ovo vaccination

Vaccinating eggs in the hatchery offers advantages, including replacing on-farm vaccination. Gerd de Lange, poultry specialist, told Asian Agribiz that a farm needs only...

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...

Ceva sees growing adoption of in-ovo vaccination in SEA

Adoption of in-ovo vaccination in Southeast Asia (SEA) lags behind developed countries like the US and Japan. However, Ceva Animal Health said its use is...

Zoetis advances biodevice business in Apac with new learning center

Zoetis is raising customer service in Asia Pacific with a new Biodevice Learning Center in Pathumthani, Thailand. This is the company's first in the region...

Pas Reform, Hipra collaborate to enhance in-ovo vaccination

Incubation specialist Pas Reform and vaccine producer Hipra hosted a joint workshop as part of their strategic partnership. The event focused on the SmartVac in-ovo...

Ceva sees growing adoption of in-ovo vaccination

In-ovo vaccination in Southeast Asia (SEA) is still uncommon, but Ceva said adoption rates are growing because of the pandemic and the growth of...

Pas Reform launches in-ovo vaccination system

Pas Reform has launched the SmartVac in-ovo vaccination and nutrition system. The patented technology allows 100% safe, consistent, and accurate in-ovo vaccination and nutrition. It...

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...

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