Nobilis Salenvac T is a combined inactivated vaccine for the active immunisation of chickens against two major salmonella threats to public health – Salmonella enteritidis phage type 4, and Salmonella typhimurium DT 104. Most breeder flocks in the chicken industry, through Assured Chicken Production, are vaccinated against salmonella. Similarly, layers are vaccinated to comply with the Lion Code. Salenvac T offers broad protection against salmonellosis.
Suspension for injection
Per dose of 0.5 ml:
Inactivated cells of Salmonella enteritidis, strain PT 4: ≥ 1 RP*
Inactivated cells of Salmonella typhimurium, strain DT104: ≥ 1 RP*
* RP = relative potency = mean antibody response in rabbit potency test equal to or greater than a reference batch which was shown to be efficacious in chickens.
Indications for use
For the active immunisation of chickens and the passive immunisation of the progeny to reduce caecum colonisation and faecal excretion with S. Enteritidis and S. Typhimurium.
Onset of immunity: 4 weeks after the second administration
Duration of immunity: until approximately 56-60 weeks of age for chickens vaccinated at 12 and 16 weeks.
Minor indication: In exceptional circumstances chickens from one day of age may be vaccinated in order to protect them in an environment where they are likely to become infected at an early stage in the rearing phase (epidemiologically indicated by recent outbreak of Salmonella or high infection pressure on the site).
Onset of immunity: 4 weeks after the second administration.
Onset of immunity: day one after hatching.
Duration of immunity: until 14 days after hatching.
Passive immunity is transferred from 4 weeks after the second vaccination up to 59 weeks of age of the parent bird.
Poultry - meat 0 days
250 ml or 500 ml polyethylene multidose bottles
For full information please refer to the product data sheet. Further information is available on request.
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If you are not the prescribing veterinary surgeon, advice should be sought from the medicine prescriber.
Date of preparation: January 2018