Composition: Each dose contains not less than 106 EID50 LaSota strain, Newcastle Disease Virus.
Vaccination Programme: This vaccine is recommended for use as early as 2 weeks of age or older. Revaccinate 3 to 6 weeks later. It should be used as a revaccination after the use of theB1 strain of Newcastle Disease vaccine. For replacement pullets, a booster vaccination should be given between 16 and 18 weeks of age.
Drinking Water Method: Drinking water vaccination should be done during the cooler part of the day. Remove any disinfectant or sanitizer from the drinking water for 24 hours, prior to and after vaccination. Rinse all waterers with clean water prior to vaccination. Withhold drinking water for at least one hour prior to vaccination, to allow birds to get thirsty. Mix vaccine in the drinking water according to the schedule mentioned in the pack insert, supplied with the vaccine. Provide ample drinking water space to all the birds. Do not use chlorinated water.
Intraocular Method: Rehydrate the vaccine with the diluent provided. Place the dropper over the vial containing the rehydrated vaccine. Hold the chick with one eye turned up. Put one drop of vaccine into the open eye and hold until bird swallows.
Intranasal Method: Rehydrate the vaccine with the diluent provided. Place the dropper over the vial containing the rehydrated vaccine. Hold the chick with one eye turned up. Place one finger over one nostril. Instill one drop of vaccine into the open nostril and hold until bird breathes in the drop.
Coarse Spray Method: Close all windows, doors, ventilators, etc., and turn off fans. Rehydrate according to the directions of the field sprayer manufacturer. Spray the vaccine to the number of birds as per the number of doses specified on label. Leave the house closed for at least 15 minutes after spraying.
Do not rehydrate vaccine until ready for use.
Use the sterile diluents supplied with the vaccine only.
Vaccinate only healthy birds.
Use entire contents of the vial when first opened.
Do not vaccinate within 21 days before slaughter.
Do not use chemical disinfectants for sterilization.
Keep vaccine in ice bath during the entire vaccination period.