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Pigeon Vaccines

Colombovac PMV Paramxyo Pigeon Vaccine 100 doses.

Nobilis (Nobivac) PMV Vaccine 80 dose

Salmonella vaccine. 

Salmonella/ Paratyphoid disease causes so much sickness in pigeons from secondary related infections that it is regarded as ENEMY NUMBER 1 in the sport of Racing Pigeons. Salmonella is a highly contagious disease and can spread easily throughout the loft. To prevent this deadly disease and to develop loft herd immunity, all old birds must be vaccinated using a salmonella vaccine yearly as well as young birds. A booster vaccine is highly recommended. Diagnostic Studies show since the Salgen Salmonella vaccine has been introduced to racing pigeons in 2016, it has no doubt been an extremely effective Salmonella vaccine in the control of Salmonella in racing pigeons, with 80% of tests results showing excellent antibody levels in preventing the Salmonella disease taking hold.


            Order your 2024, Racing pigeon Salgen Salmonella/Paratyphoid Vaccine & Racing Pigeon Colombovac Paramxyo PMV Vaccines now.

October/ November/ December /January is the crucial time to vaccinate prior to breeding, so antibodies can be passed to the young chick’s V/A the embryo from the Sir & Dam


You must be registered under our veterinary surgeon before any vaccines or medications can be supplied. Supply will only be on a one-to-one basis and are not for resale.

Prescription medication will treat and eradicate diseases, whereas over the counter medication will often only treat light symptoms. 

Diagnostic Laboratory Reports 

All reports are signed off by our Head of Microbiology, MVB PhD DipECVM, who is EBVS® European Specialist in Veterinary Diagnostics . In the absence of the Head of Microbiology, reports will be signed by the Deputy Head of Microbiology, PhD Candidate, MSc. Signees have individually over 25 years of expert experience in the field of poultry clinical & diagnostic microbiology, avian gut flora anlaysis and probiotic formulation, water and environmental microbiology, mycology, parasitology; internal and ectoparasites, feed analysis and nutrition. 

The given text appears to be the information and instructions for a specific veterinary vaccine called "Colombovac PMV." Here is a summary of the key points:

Vaccine Information:

  • Vaccine Name: Colombovac PMV
  • Active Ingredient: Inactivated Newcastle Disease Virus, strain La Sota
  • Indication: Active immunization of pigeons to prevent mortality and clinical signs due to paramyxovirus type 1 infection.

Dosage and Administration:

  • Dosage: One dose (0.2 ml) per pigeon
  • Administration: Subcutaneous injection dorsally in the neck region (in the direction of the back).
  • Swirl the vial before use.

Primary Vaccination:

  1. Racing Pigeons: All birds in the loft should be given one vaccination annually not less than 14 days before the beginning of the racing season. Young birds may be vaccinated from 3 weeks of age, and a single injection provides immunity for 1 year.
  2. Show Pigeons: All birds on the premises should be given one vaccination annually not less than 14 days before the beginning of the show season. Young birds may be vaccinated from 3 weeks of age, and a single injection provides immunity for 1 year.

Booster Vaccination:

  1. Racing Pigeons: All adult birds in the loft should receive a single booster vaccination annually. It can be given before the commencement of each racing season if the annual booster interferes with the training or racing schedule.
  2. Show Pigeons: All adult birds on the premises should receive a single booster vaccination annually.

Contra-indications and Warnings:

  • Do not use in unhealthy pigeons.
  • Avoid vaccination during the last 2 weeks prior to mating or in birds in lay, or within 4 weeks before the onset of the laying period.
  • The vaccine is safe in breeding birds if vaccinated before the start of breeding.
  • Avoid concurrent use of this vaccine with any other vaccine or immunological product within 14 days before or after vaccination.
  • Adverse reactions are usually mild, with less than 1% of pigeons showing a small transient swelling at the injection site.
  • Intramuscular injection should be avoided as it can cause severe adverse reactions.

Special Warnings:

  • Maternally-derived antibody (MDA) can interfere with the development of active immunity, so vaccination timing should consider MDA levels.
  • In case of hypersensitivity reactions, treat immediately with glucocorticoid intravenously or adrenaline intramuscularly.
  • Pigeons can spread the disease through indirect means like hands, overalls, etc., so proper hygiene and biosecurity measures should be taken.
  • In case of accidental self-injection, seek immediate medical advice.

Pharmaceutical Precautions:

  • Store and transport the vaccine refrigerated (2°C to 8°C) and protect it from light. Do not freeze.
  • Keep the vaccine out of the reach and sight of children.
  • Use the entire contents of the vial once opened.
  • Do not use the vaccine after the expiry date stated on the label.

Legal Category: The text does not explicitly mention the legal category of the vaccine, so it would require additional information or context to determine its legal classification.

Please note that the information provided here is based on the text you provided and should not be considered as professional veterinary advice. If you are a pigeon owner or pigeon racer, it's essential to consult a qualified veterinarian for specific guidance on the vaccination and health management of your birds.


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