We are pleased to present to you the first AXIS magazine for 2010
produced by CEVA Animal Health, Asia-Pacific.
The poultry section of this issue will focus entirely on the correct
application of vaccines, both in the hatchery and in the field. The quality
of vaccination depends, to a very high degree, on how well the vaccine
is prepared and applied to the birds. Even a high quality vaccine will
fail to protect a flock, if this basic principle is not met.
CEVA is proud to present it’s C.H.I.C.K. program which stands for
CEVA Hatchery Injection Control Keys; a complete package of
hatchery vaccination services based on many years of experience and
expertise. The C.H.I.C.K. program has proven to be a very valuable
tool to improve the quality of vaccination, and as a result, flock
performance around the globe.
Two other articles deal with the quality of IBD vaccination and the
injection of inactivated vaccines. The common theme among these
three articles is that all details matter in ensuring that flocks are properly