Safety of an immune complex vaccine against infectious bursal disease: slow-growing broiler type chickens

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Safety of an immune complex vaccine against infectious bursal disease: slow-growing broiler type chickens

Slow-growing broilers are generally considered to be more susceptible to immune complex (ICX) vaccines against IBDV than conventional broilers. GUMBOHATCH® is a new immune-complex vaccine against IBD in which the virus particles are entirely coated with IgY of egg origin. The objective of this study was to test the safety of GUMBOHATCH® when applied subcutaneously in slow-growing chickens under field conditions.

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Puigredon-Fontanet, A.; Baratelli, M.; Pinela-Conde, I.; Soares, L.; Busquet, M.

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It was confirmed that GUMBOHATCH® does not compromise the health or productive performance of slow-growing broilers and thus that it is suitable for application in chickens regardless of the growing profile.

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