Inactivated vaccine against Egg Drop Syndrome, ’76 – 127 strain – in oil emulsion
Egg drop syndrome – 1976 (EDS –’76) is a viral disease of chickens and quail, is characterized by a decrease in egg production accompanied by a reduction in egg quality. The syndrome is caused by an adenovirus with transmission occurring vertically and horizontally.
Incubation period: 10-24 days.
The major symptoms are a variable decrease in egg production and the production of abnormal eggs.
The vaccine is recommended for vaccination of chickens against Egg Drop Syndrome '76.
|Indications for use||
Use by instructions of a veterinarian.
|Administration and dosage||
0.5 ml per bird. S.C.
Do not expose vaccine to direct sunlight.
Store at 2ºC-8ºC.
500 ml bottle containing 1,000 doses