Vaiol-Vac + Diluent (Fowl Pox)-1000 dose
1 dose of vaccine contains: not less than 104 EID50
VAIOL-VAC is prepared using an attenuated strain of Fowl Pox virus cultured on embryonated SPF eggs, freeze-dried and vacuum-sealed.
Immunity is established about 10 days from vaccination; however, partial protection against the disease is already present after a few days.
Prophylaxis of Fowl Pox.
Dissolve the contents of the vial in the diluent, then shake it until complete dissolving takes place; pour a small quantity of the ready-to-use vaccine into the plastic container in the box; dip the needles of the apposite applicator into the reconstituted vaccine, then pierce the wing’s cutaneous fold (perform vaccination with only one needle when dealing with animals of less than 6 weeks).
The onset of a nodular swelling in the site of inoculation (after 6 days from the injection) means that the vaccination has been successful.
The vaccination can be performed on healthy chickens of every age and in any season of the year.
Chickens vaccinated earlier than 5-6 weeks of age acquire a short-lived immunity. In this case, it is advisable to re-vaccinate parents and layers before the beginning of the laying period.
In cases of urgent prevention, given the slow propagation of the Fowl Pox infection, the birds affected by or suspected to have the disease must be isolated; only the healthy ones are to be vaccinated. This operation, carried out when the infection starts, is usually successful.
Vial must be burned or disinfected after use.
Store in a refrigerator at +2°C to +8°C (avoid freezing).