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Please Note: In my experience the online resources often change URL or become protected with a password...if you find something you wish to keep PRINT IT OUT or save to computer in a word document or CD/DVD


http://www.ianrpubs.unl.edu/epublic/live/g1443/build/g1443.pdf
Care of Veterinary Vaccine Syinges

http://www.thepoultrysite.com/articles/341/auditing-vaccine-application-procedures-in-poultry
Vaccinating Poultry > general vaccine info and applications

http://msucares.com/pubs/publications/p2275.pdf#search='marek%27s%20vaccine'
HOW DO VACCINATIONS PROTECT YOUR BIRDS?(General info)

http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/PS030
VACCINATIONS OF SMALL POULTRY FLOCKS (general info)

http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/VM062
Vaccine Failure In Poultry: Factors to Consider

http://www.canadianpoultry.ca/principles_of_vaccination.htm
PRINCIPLES OF VACCINATION

http://www.hy-line.com/userdocs/library/0_Vaccination%20Techniques%20English%20(1).pdf
VACCINATION TECHNIQUES

http://www.wattnet.com/Archives/Docs/MAREKS.PDF?CFID=25710&CFTOKEN=74030876
MAREKS CONTROL STRATEGIES

http://poultryone.com/articles/mareks.html
ILLUSTRATED article with photos showing how vaccinate against MAREKS (injection method)

http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a784682441~db=all~order=page
You can download the following article here:
The Poultry Breeders Approach to Avian Neoplasma
(excerpt):
"....The increasing virulence of the field viruses and difficulties in maintaining control with current vaccines is well documented (Witter, 1997a). We must expect that
the viruses can exhibit rates of evolution faster than we can achieve in the chickens. Thus, astrategy based only on genetic resistance of the chickens will not succeed. Witter (1997b) has called for a three-pronged approach that requires an active programme of vaccine development, as well as improvements in farm hygiene and biosecurity.
Our responsibility, as poultry breeders, is to produce stock that will perform well in a range of MDV challenge conditions....."

http://www.oie.int/eng/normes/mmanual/A_INDEX.HTM
OIC Manual of Diagnostic Tests and Vaccines (A great resource)

http://caltest.vet.upenn.edu/poultry/syllabus_home.htm
(Univ. Pennsylvania Online Poultry Science lectectures)
great resource including vaccination schedules for the different categories of poultry.
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