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Chickens: Best Time to Give Lasota to Chicks?
#1
Some give at day old but some say it’s not good. So which one do I take?
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#2
Give at day 7.
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#3
Some usually give at day old and then on day 7. At day old you put a drop in the eyes or nose, not in water.
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For complete protection against newcastle disease (NCD), local immunity in the upper respiratory tract (Harderian gland and trachea) and digestive tract is a must. This is only possible by systematic usage of the following NCD vaccines: asplin/F strain, followed by Lasota, R2B AND THEN AN INACTIVATED/killed NCD vaccine.

In the control of NCD, local immunity, cell mediated immunity and humoral immunity play a role. R2B and komorov strains are of the same category, both are mesogenic strains.
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(02-08-2015, 10:07 PM)Manihot Wrote: For complete protection against newcastle disease (NCD), local immunity in the upper respiratory tract (Harderian gland and trachea) and digestive tract is a must. This is only possible by systematic usage of the following NCD vaccines: asplin/F strain, followed by Lasota, R2B AND THEN AN INACTIVATED/killed NCD vaccine.

In the control of NCD, local immunity, cell mediated immunity and humoral immunity play a role. R2B and komorov strains are of the same category, both are mesogenic strains.

I have heard of lasota and komorov, but which one is asplin/f strain, r2b and killed vaccine?
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(02-10-2015, 06:37 PM)John@ Wrote: I have heard of lasota and komorov, but which one is asplin/f strain, r2b and killed vaccine?

The asplin/f strain can be replace with lasota since it is not common in Nig. R2B is Mushteshwar strain, a live newcastle vaccine. Killed vaccines contains dead virus.
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#7
someone told me that it is best to give them at 15days
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(05-09-2015, 10:42 AM)tucurj Wrote: someone told me that it is best to give them at 15days

That is totally wrong.
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#9
@henlus, why did u say is wrong to give lasota on day 15, so farmers do dat. Can u sxplain why its wrong
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(05-10-2015, 10:12 PM)Ikowa5 Wrote: @henlus, why did u say is wrong to give lasota on day 15, so farmers do dat. Can u sxplain why its wrong

Day 15 is too far. It shud be between 7-10 days. But the best way is to go for doc screening.
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#11
@henlus, thanks for d explanation
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#12
There is a good vaccination plan here: www.farmersjoint.com/blog/livestock-farming/poultry/my-day-old-chick-screening-result/.
Food for the Nation.
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