Intense genetic selection to increase meat and egg yield has resulted in the constant evolution of birds physiology. This factor coupled with growing demand for performance has forced high rotation and stocking density, resulting in reduced downtime and greater chances of early challenge with infectious agents. All these factors contribute to immunosuppression and an increased risk of respiratory syndromes.
Potential Respiratory Diseases:
An acute, highly contagious disease of chickens characterized by respiratory signs, severe renal disease with nephropathogenic strains and a marked decrease in egg protection.
Merial vaccines to prevent Infectious Bronchitis:
|Live Vaccines||Inactivated Vaccines|
|Newcastle Bronchitis Mass & Conn||Bursa Guard NBR|
|Bronchitis Mass (Frozen)||Gallimune NC-BR|
|Bronchitis Mass (Freeze-Dried)|
ILT is an acute viral disease of chickens that spreads slowly and is characterized by dyspnea, gasping and expectoration of bloody mucus.
Merial vaccine to prevent Infectious Laryngotracheitis:
New Castle Disease
A viral disease of many kinds of poultry, wild and caged birds characterized by marked variation in mortality, morbidity, signs and lesions.
Merial Vaccines to prevent New Castle Disease:
|Live Vaccine||Inactivated Vaccines|
|New Castle Mass & Conn||Bursa Gard NBR|