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Avian IB Vaccine, (H120 Strain)

Generic Name: 

FowAvian Infectious Bronchitis Vaccine, Live, Massachusetts Type strain


Infectious bronchitis is an acute, highly contagious disease of the upper respiratory tract of chickens. In addition to respiratory signs, poor egg production and quality are common, and nephritis can be caused by some strains.Although live-attenuated and inactivated vaccines are available. , the different antigenic species of the avian coronavirus that cause this disease are unable to protect each other, complicating control efforts.

The vaccine contains at least 103.5 EID50 live attenuated avian infectious bronchitis 'Massachusetts strain' H-120 per dose. Viruses are stabilized and lyophilized. Vaccines provide protection against infectious bronchitis.


Each dose contains over 103.5 EID50 of Massachusetts H120, IB virus.


Both primary and booster vaccinations are recommended for vaccination of chickens against Massachusetts infectious bronchitis.

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Pharmaceutical Form:

Freeze Dried

Method of Administration:

Administer 1 drop of reconstituted vaccine orally to chicks. Vaccines can also be administered through drinking water.


One drop of reconstituted vaccine.


100, 500 and 1000 dose vial.

Possible Side effects:

Depending on the chick's age and level of parental immunity, respiratory symptoms may be observed after the first vaccination. Provide adequate warmth and ventilation to keep birds comfortable while they react.



Store in refrigerator 2o to 8oC. 

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