Embryo development homogeneity is key to ensure vaccination efficacy and flock protection

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Embryo development assessments are a key control factor in the vaccination efficacy monitoring.

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Ensuring the maximum egg quality because “Every Egg Counts”

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Feed composition and feed restriction management at breeder farms are also key factors affecting hatching-eggs production.

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Maximizing the hygiene conditions for in ovo vaccination success

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In-ovo vaccination is highly sensitive to any contamination levels and could influence the transfer and hatch due to a significant increase of the risk of an eventual embryo contamination.

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Ensuring a good hatchery environment and sanitation process

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In the context of in ovo vaccination, a comprehensive and regular Hygiene Monitoring Program is recommended.

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Ensuring a proper vaccine administration process

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To monitor the respect of the vaccine preparation protocols supplied by the vaccine manufacturer are essential to minimize any eventual loss of vaccine quality and vaccine titers.

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Implementing a regular and relevant performance control

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The percentage of hatch is a general indicator and does not provide the full picture of the performance when assessing the impact of a candling system or of an in ovo vaccination process.

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