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Infectious bronchitis: Vaccines released for growing birds not yet tested for laying hens

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R. A. Bonkowski, University of California, Davis.
D. E. Stover, California Department of Agriculture, Sacramento.

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California Agriculture 8(5):14-15.

Published May 01, 1954

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Infectious bronchitis is widely distributed in the major poultry raising areas in California. However, all respiratory diseases of poultry are not caused by infectious bronchitis virus. Vaccination with a live virus vaccine against an impending respiratory disease should not be attempted until the respiratory condition for which the vaccine is intended has been correctly diagnosed by a qualified veterinarian or laboratory.

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Infectious bronchitis: Vaccines released for growing birds not yet tested for laying hens

R. A. Bonkowski, D. E. Stover
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Infectious bronchitis: Vaccines released for growing birds not yet tested for laying hens

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Authors

R. A. Bonkowski, University of California, Davis.
D. E. Stover, California Department of Agriculture, Sacramento.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 8(5):14-15.

Published May 01, 1954

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Infectious bronchitis is widely distributed in the major poultry raising areas in California. However, all respiratory diseases of poultry are not caused by infectious bronchitis virus. Vaccination with a live virus vaccine against an impending respiratory disease should not be attempted until the respiratory condition for which the vaccine is intended has been correctly diagnosed by a qualified veterinarian or laboratory.

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