Vaccination Schedule for KARI Improved Kienyeji Chicken

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Vaccination is very important in livestock production, especially in poultry production. Poultry farmers should vaccinate their flock (broiler, pullets, layers, kienyeji, turkeys, duck, geese etc.) against diseases to avoid losing them to these diseases and preventing high financial loss. Vaccination, in addition to proper farm hygiene and sanitation practice, enables you as a farmer to prevent diseases from taking over your flock, allowing you to get the best out of your animals and also producing wholesome or safe meat for human consumption.

The vaccination schedule for KARI Improved Kienyeji Chicken is as follows:

AGEVACCINEMODE OF ADMINISTRATIONREMARKS
Day 1MareksSubcutaneousMainly for commercial hatcheries
Day 101st Infectious Bursal Disease Vaccine (IBDV) or GumboroDrinking water
Day 182nd Infectious Bursal Disease Vaccine (IBDV) or GumboroDrinking water
3 weeks1st Newscastle Disease Vaccine (NDV Lasota) Eye drop or Drinking water
3 weeks (in hot areas)Fowl Pox VaccineWing web jab
6 weeks (other areas)Fowl Pox VaccineWing web jab
8 weeks2nd Newscastle Disease Vaccine (NDV Lasota) Eye drop or Drinking water
8 weeksFowl TyphoidIntramuscular injection
18 weeks3rd Newscastle Disease Vaccine (NDV Lasota) Eye drop or Drinking waterRepeat every 3 months
19 weeksDe-wormingDrinking waterRepeat every 3 months
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