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Inactivated Newcastle Disease (LaSota Strain), Infectious Bronchitis (M41 Strain) and Egg Drop Syndrome (AV 127).


Inactivated Newcastle Disease Virus (LaSota Strain) and Infectious Bursal Disease Virus (Intermediate Strain)


RaniGum vet vaccine is an inactivated vaccine containing Newcastle Disease Virus (LaSota Strain) and Infectious Bursal Disease Virus (Intermediate Strain). The vaccine is recommended for sonali, layer and breeder for protection against Newcastle Disease and Infectious Bursal Disease.


For the active immunization of healthy chickens and other poultry birds against Newcastle Disease and Infectious Bursal Disease.

Dosage and Administration:

Species- Sonali, layer and breeder
Recommended Schedule- 1-7 days (If the parent birds have not been vaccinated)
Dosage- 0.25-050 ml

Species- Breeder
Recommended Schedule- 16-17 weeks (3-4 weeks before onset of laying)
Dosage- 0.50 ml

Administration- Inject per bird intramuscularly in the thigh or breast muscle or subcutaneously in the lower part of the neck. One week prior to this vaccination, ND live vaccine should be administered for better protection against ND. Or as directed by registered veterinarian.

Side Effects:

The vaccine is generally well tolerated at recommended dose.


• Vaccinate healthy chickens only
• Use sterile Injection during vaccination
• Do not mix with other vaccines
• Opened bottles should be used within a few hours
• Do not store partially used containers for future use
• In case of accidental self-vaccination consult with doctors
• Dispose unused vaccine after vaccination.


This vaccine is not recommended for the chicks that are clinically sick or under conditions of severe stress. Sick or weak chickens will not develop adequate immunity following vaccination.

Withdrawal Period:

Not required


Protect from light, store at +2 to +8 degree Centigrade and do not freeze. Keep out of the reach of children.

Commercial Pack:

RaniGum Vet vaccine 1000 doses