One dose of vaccine contains virus.
Virus of Fowl Pox, strain Cutter ≥ 10(2,8) TCD(50).
Freeze-dried tablet and solvent.
Vaccine induces the formation of protective antibodies in 2-3 weeks after vaccination and protects birds from infection during all period of egg-laying. Chicks obtained from vaccinated birds stay protected during first weeks of life.
Preventive immunization of chickens starting from 8 weeks of age and turkeys from 18 weeks of age against Fowl Pox.
INTERACTION WITH OTHER PREPARATIONS
Simultaneous administration with other vaccines is not recommended.
SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS (DURING LAYING PERIOD)
Do not administer 28 days before the start of and during the laying period.
ROUTEOF ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE
Vial of the vaccine with 1000 doses should be dissolved in 10 ml of solvent (500 doses in 5 ml) before use.
The vaccine should be injected by the method of the puncture into the membrane of the wing with a double-needle vaccinator. Before immunization, the vaccinator's needles should be dipped into the vaccine, taken out and punctured the membrane into the internal part of the wing. All birds in the poultry house must be vaccinated at once.
In case of coercive molting after finishing of the egg-laying period the revaccination is done in previously described manner.
The reaction to the vaccine inoculation may occur in 3-7 days after immunization and is characterized by the indurations under the skin and pockmarks on the outer and inner surfaces of the membrane of the bird wing at the puncture site, which disappear within two weeks.
18 months. Vaccine should be used within 6 hours after dissolving.
Store vaccine in dry, dark places, out of the reach of children, at +2 to +8° or at minus 20.
The solvent is stored in dry, dark places, out of the reach of children, at +2 to +8°.