Pasteurella multocida Bacterin, AVIAN ISOLATES (INDIGENOUS STRAINS)
Each Serotype contains > 2×108 CFU/ml before inactivation.
DESCRIPTION: F C VAX is water in oil based stable emulsion inactivated vaccine for protection against Fowl Cholera. The vaccine contains high concentration of Pasteurella multocida organisms suspended in stable oil emulsion.
INDICATION: FC VAX is recommended for protection of commercial layers and breeders against Fowl Cholera.
ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE: Inject each bird, at point of lay, with 0.5 ml subcutaneously in the mid portion of the neck or intra-muscularly. When used in early age, the dose may be altered accordingly. For Breeder parents and commercial pullets first dose is recommended at 8-10 weeks of age, to be repeated at an interval of 4-5 weeks. In endemic areas, breeders and layers may be vaccinated every three months.
DIRECTION FOR USE: Allow the contents of the bottle to reach room temperature. Shake gently for 2 minutes if the time elapsed is more than 4 hours between first and last use of vaccine from any one container. Use the entire contents after opening the bottle for the first time.
CAUTION: Vaccinate only healthy birds. Birds to be vaccinated should not be weak, debilitated or in an immuno-suppressed state. Do not market birds if they show swellings at the site of injection and market the birds three weeks after vaccination. Consult your Veterinarian for further guidance on vaccination.
GUIDE LINE: It is imperative that the user of this product complies with the instructions stated on this label. For best result, the vaccine must be prepared and administered as directed. Use of non-sterile needles to administer the vaccine may result in abscess formation and condemnation of birds. Avoid self-injection with the vaccine. Consult a physician immediately, if self-injection with vaccine occurs. Properly dispose-off the unused contents and containers according to the bio-sanitary procedure.
Store in dark between 2°C – 8°C.
Do not freeze
Shake gently for 2 minutes before use
Use Aseptic precautions
Use sterile needles and syringes