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MEET THE POULTRY

MEET THE POULTRY

Curiosities of the Poultry Industry


To fight and control Gumboro disease on your farms you need to carry out proper follow-up. Discover here the latest diagnostic techniques...

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HIPRA has always been committed to Gumboro disease prevention since the start of its history with poultry vaccines...

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Birds have a unique organ that plays a crucial role in their protection against external agents: the bursa of Fabricius...

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The first pressurized aerosols appeared in 1899, and were used for the first time in 1954 on a Newcastle vaccine for intranasal spray administration...

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At HIPRA, we have a broad range of poultry vaccines that are applied by spray or nebulization...

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Improving the spray application of vaccines in poultry farming is possible with the digitisation of information and traceability during the vaccination process...

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The origin of what we know today as poultry farming can very probably be traced to South East Asia...

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HIPRA was established as a pharmaceutical company in the nineteen seventies. The first poultry vaccine that it launched in 1974 was against Newcastle disease...

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HIPRA currently produces many different vaccines for poultry, including products used for turkeys...
 

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At the end of the 19th century, much confusion existed regarding the agent causing coccidiosis in poultry...

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In 2008 HIPRA registered its first coccidiosis vaccine in Europe, HIPRACOX®, the only attenuated vaccine for broilers with Eimeria praecox...

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At HIPRA, one of our objectives is to focus on the development of new vaccines as well as on the continuous professional development of vets...

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