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不受母源抗体的干扰,也不需要计算接种日期;只需在孵化场1日龄精确免疫。梅里亚优质的接种设备及行业领先的技术服务使您的鸡群的免疫接种从此高枕无忧。

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亚临床型传染性法氏囊病虽然没有明显的临床症状,但仍可以导致严重的免疫 抑制和生产性能低下 5,16-17。研究结果证实,VAXXITEK® HVT+IBD疫苗能够通过预防传染性法氏囊病和鸡马立克氏病,避免免疫抑制,从而为鸡群奠定坚实的免疫基础5-8,13-15,31。

过降低胴体废弃率每年大约节省17.5万美金

巴西的一项研究表明,接种VAXXITEK® HVT+IBD疫苗很好的预防了肉鸡的传染性法氏囊病和鸡马立克氏病,减少疾病发生风险,降低胴体废弃率,大大降低了加工厂的单位成本4

VAXXITEK® HVT + IBD

创新的载体疫苗是梅里亚对家禽行业的一大贡献

无论肉鸡、蛋鸡还是种鸡,只需孵化场一针,即可提供对传染性法氏囊病和鸡马立克氏病两大免疫抑制性疾病的免疫保护。

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独特的解决方案,全面保护您的鸡群

VAXXITEK® HVT+IBD解决方案:迄今已发表了超过65篇的科学论文证明VAXXITEK® HVT+IBD能够提供对鸡马立克氏病和传染性法氏囊病的免疫保护,(查看所有文献 )且不论是对经典型、变异型及超强毒型的传染性法氏囊病病毒引起的法氏囊病都能提供临床保护。 此外,梅里亚为客户定制个性化服务来整合优化免疫程序。

鸡群今天的健康、是您明天收益的保证

通过接种VAXXITEK® HVT+IBD疫苗,预防传染性法氏囊病和鸡马立克氏病,使鸡群生产的多个关键参数指标得到改善。经研究和客户证实:低患病风险的鸡群,同时在增重 1-3、饲料转化率 1,3、均匀度 1,3等方面都有很好的表现。

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VAXXITEK® HVT+IBD的整体解决方案

以优质互信的合作伙伴关系为依托,为客户定制现场服务,使鸡群免受传染性法氏囊病和鸡马立克氏病的困扰。

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“使用VAXXITEK HVT + IBD,帮助公司每公斤肉节省了7分钱”
Dr. Alberto BoteroAvidesa MacPollo, Colombia

客户观点:VAXXITEK® HVT + IBD预防鸡传染性法氏囊病和马立克氏病,减少疾病困扰,通过三个生产参数的改善而提高生产性能。1-4, 7-8

“VAXXITEK HVT + IBD使用组体重增大,存活率提高了,法氏囊病的大小也更加理想。”
Chong Tau Yeng Gesing Group Sdn Bhd, 马来西亚

客户观点:VAXXITEK® HVT + IBD预防鸡传染性法氏囊病和马立克氏病,减少疾病困扰,通过三个生产参数的改善而提高生产性能。1-4, 7-8

“VAXXITEK HVT + IBD是我们获得更好的饲料转化率的一个非常重要因素,减少饲料消耗而获得更大的产肉量”
Dr. Irineu Dantes PeronCopacol, 巴西

客户观点:VAXXITEK® HVT + IBD预防鸡传染性法氏囊病和马立克氏病,减少疾病困扰,通过三个生产参数的改善而提高生产性能。1-4, 7-8

“好消息是:节省了免疫时间,我可以早点回家。没有VAXXITEK® HVT+IBD 是个坏消息,这是退步。”
Christian Chatard生产者,“Bresse”标签鸡 法国

客户观点:VAXXITEK® HVT + IBD预防鸡传染性法氏囊病和马立克氏病,减少疾病困扰,通过三个生产参数的改善而提高生产性能。1-4, 7-8

“生产指标(欧指)大大提高——约15~20个点”
József Palágyi 匈牙利

客户观点:VAXXITEK® HVT + IBD预防鸡传染性法氏囊病和马立克氏病,减少疾病困扰,通过三个生产参数的改善而提高生产性能。1-4, 7-8

“取得了令人惊叹的结果,公司扩大了VAXXITEK® HVT+IBD疫苗的使用,过去4年,我们共使用了3亿多羽份” 李文迹 福建圣农集团副董事长&首席兽医师
Li Wen Ji
福建圣农集团副董事长&首席兽医 中国

客户观点:VAXXITEK® HVT + IBD预防鸡传染性法氏囊病和马立克氏病,减少疾病困扰,通过三个生产参数的改善而提高生产性能。1-4, 7-8

The views expressed are of the customer. VAXXITEK® HVT + IBD is indicated to aid in the prevention of Marek’s and infectious bursal diseases; it may help poultry businesses improve productivity because flocks with lower disease burden often perform better across key production parameters.

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