DYNAMIC IMMUNITY

Browse the complete Merck Animal Health dynamic immunity lineup below.

MAREK’S DISEASE VACCINES

This vaccine has been shown to be effective for the vaccination of healthy 18-day-old chicken embryos against very virulent Marek’s disease.

For the vaccination of healthy chickens 1 day of age by subcutaneous injection or to 18-day-old embryonated eggs via in ovo to aid in the prevention of very virulent Marek’s disease.

For vaccination of healthy chickens 1 day of age by subcutaneous injection or 18 day embryonated eggs by the in ovo route to aid in the prevention of very virulent Marek’s disease.

For in ovo vaccination of 18-day-old chicken embryos and subcutaneous vaccination of day-old chickens to provide protection against Newcastle disease (ND), infectious laryngotracheitis …

For in ovo vaccination of 18-day-old chicken embryos and subcutaneous vaccination of day-old chickens to provide protection against Marek’s disease, Newcastle disease, standard …

For in ovo vaccination of 18-day-old chicken embryos and subcutaneous vaccination of day-old chickens.

For the vaccination of 18-day-old chicken embryos by in ovo administration and of healthy 1-day-old chickens by subcutaneous route as an aid in the prevention of Marek’s disease (MD) and infectious laryngotracheitis (ILT).

For vaccination of 18-day-old embryos to aid in the prevention of infectious laryngotracheitis (ILT) and very virulent Marek’s disease (MD).

INFECTIOUS BURSAL DISEASE VACCINES

For vaccination of healthy chickens for the prevention of disease due to infectious bursal disease (IBD) virus caused by standard, Delaware, or GLS strains of IBD.

For vaccination of healthy chickens 1 day of age or older and to 18- to 19-day embryonated eggs as an aid in the prevention of infectious bursal disease (IBD).

For the vaccination of chickens at 1 day of age or older by coarse spray application for the prevention of infectious bursal disease (IBD). It may also serve as a live virus primer of replacement pullets for subsequent vaccination with inactivated IBD vaccine.

For vaccination of healthy chickens 2 weeks of age or older as an aid in preventing infectious bursal disease (IBD) caused by standard and variant bursal disease viruses.

For vaccination of healthy chickens 7 to 14 days of age, as an aid in the prevention of infectious bursal disease (IBD) and to maximize response to subsequent inactivated IBD vaccines.

For in ovo vaccination of 18-day-old chicken embryos and subcutaneous vaccination of day-old chickens to provide protection against Marek’s disease, Newcastle disease, standard …

CHICKEN ANEMIA VIRUS VACCINES

For the vaccination of breeder replacement chickens to provide protection against chicken infectious anemia in their progeny.

For the vaccination of chickens at 10 to 12 weeks of age against fowl pox and avian encephalomyelitis
(AE) in breeders and chicken infectious anemia (CIA) in the progeny of breeder replacements.

REOVIRUS LIVE VACCINES

For the vaccination of chickens 1 day of age for the prevention of reovirus associated diseases.

For vaccination of healthy chickens as an aid in control and prevention of reovirus-induced tenosynovitis (viral arthritis) in broilers, roasters, and breeders.

For vaccination of healthy chickens 10 to 17 weeks of age as an aid in the prevention of reovirus-induced tenosynovitis (viral arthritis) in broiler breeders.

INFECTIOUS BURSAL DISEASE & REOVIRUS COMBINATION
INACTIVATED VACCINES

For the vaccination of healthy chickens 3 weeks of age or older against infectious bursal disease (IBD) (caused by Standard, Delaware A and E and GLS virus strains) and diseases caused by avian reoviruses.

For the vaccination of healthy chickens 3 weeks of age or older against infectious bursal disease (IBD) virus (caused by Standard, Delaware A and E and GLS virus strains) and diseases caused by avian reoviruses, Newcastle disease (ND) virus, or Massachusetts type infectious bronchitis (IB) virus.