Lasota Vaccine For Chicks

Ranikhet disease LaSota Strain is a Lentogenic strain. It is slightly more invassive than ‘F’ Strain. It is quite safe to 1-7 days old tender chicks including layers. It confers quite good immunity lasting for about 6 weeks. The vaccine contains ≥ 106 EID50 units of Ranikhet disease LaSota Strain virus per dose propogated in SPF eggs.The vaccine is recommended for the vaccination of healthy chickens 14 days of age or older by drinking water administration or by aerosol spray. Spray vaccination is recommended for revaccination only. Revaccination is recommended at four weeks and 16 weeks of age.

Description

LaSota is a viral strain of Newcastle Disease Virus that is commonly used as a vaccination regimen in poultry production.

  • This product is a small dose vial that comes in two variations: 100-dose and 200-dose
  • This product is only for veterinary use and must be used in accordance with all protocols outlined.
  • All vaccine orders must be certified by a veterinarian and shall be handled only by qualified personnel.
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  • Store this vaccine at 35-45°F (2-7°C). Do not freeze.
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Dosage and Administration Guide

Directions for Drinking Water Vaccination:

  1. Do not open and mix the vaccine until ready to vaccinate.
  2. Remove all medication, sanitisers and disinfectants from the drinking water 72 hours prior to vaccination.
  3. Provide sufficient waterers so that all of the birds can drink at one time. Clean and rinse the waterers thoroughly.
  4. Withhold all water from the birds for two (2) to four (4) hours prior to vaccination to stimulate thirst.
  5. Add nonfat dry milk to the water at the rate of one (1) ounce per gallon before mixing the vaccine.
  6. Remove the aluminium seal and rubber stopper from a vaccine vial.
  7. Fill the vaccine vial two-thirds (2/3) full with clean, cool water and mix gently.
  8. Mix the dissolved vaccine with water as shown below:
Age of birdsWater per 1,000 doses vaccine
2-4 weeks2.5 gallons (9.9 L)
4-8 weeks5 gallons (18.9 L)
8 weeks or older10 gallons (37.9 L)
  1. Distribute the vaccine solution among the waterers. Avoid direct sunlight.
  2. Do not provide any other drinking water until all of the vaccine mixtures has been consumed.

Spray Aerosol Vaccination:

  1. Use only for revaccination of healthy chickens two (2) weeks of age or older. Do not use for initial vaccination.
  2. Use a sprayer delivering an aerosol-like mist to disperse the rehydrated vaccine quickly and evenly throughout a house of chickens.

Directions:

1. Remove the aluminum seal and rubber stopper from the vaccine vial.

2. Fill the vaccine vial full with cool, distilled water. Pour the dissolved vaccine into a container and add approximately 500 mL of cool, distilled water per 5,000 doses of vaccine. Mix thoroughly.

3. For spray aerosol vaccination of a house of chickens, apply at the rate of 500 mL per 5,000 chickens.

4. Example: 20,000 birds will require 2,000 mL (approximately 2 quarts) of rehydrated vaccine.

5. Place the vaccine solution into the sprayer canister, set the discharge control and walk through the house spraying at the rate of 1,000 birds per minute. Direct the spray above the heads of the birds.

6. Whatever volume of vaccine solution is used, take care to administer 5,000 doses of vaccine to 5,000 birds.

7. Prior to spraying, reduce the air flow to a minimum. Keep air flow reduced for 20 minutes following spray vaccination.

8. Avoid direct contact with the vaccine solution. Wear goggles and a mask while spraying a live virus vaccine.

Precaution

  • If possible, vaccinate all susceptible birds on the premises at the same time.
  • For 10 to 14 days after vaccinating, avoid carrying vaccine particles on shoes, clothing, etc., into areas where there are unvaccinated birds.
  • Use entire contents of vial when first opened.
  • Burn vaccine containers and all unused contents.

Prices of Lasota Vaccine For Chicks

$19.32 – $60.00

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