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Newcastle Disease

Newcastle disease is caused by a virus belonging to the family of Paramyxoviridae; it is an avian paramyxovirus of serotype 1 (APMV-1). It affects wild birds and domestic poultry and usually presents as a respiratory disease. Depression, nervous manifestations, or diarrhea may also be the predominant clinical symptoms and mortality.

Infectious Bursal Disease

Gumboro disease, also known as infectious bursal disease (IBD), is a highly contagious disease of young chickens. Today, the very virulent form is predominant in most countries, and variant strains of IBD are present in several countries, leading to sub-clinical forms of the disease. 

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A Technical & Economical Guide To dIFFERENT ND VACCINATIONS

Read our Technical Economical Guide to gain insights about real field experiences and benefits of Vectormune® ND with the comparison of other vaccines.

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