Alquernat Immuplus, essential in the protection against Newscastle disease
Two recent trials demonstrate, once again, that the natural immunoestimulant improves vaccine efficacy.
Newcastle disease is a viral infection that affects poultry and presents respiratory and nervous symptoms. It has aÂ high economic impactÂ because it is present in several countries around the world. In addition, the most virulent strains are ofÂ obligatory declarationÂ in some areas. That means that most aggressive outbreaks must be reported to authorities who will proceed with the slaughter of poultry and restrictions on trade.
The appearance of this disease is usually prevented with vaccination and to reinforce this action is recommended to use Alquernat Immuplus (natural product based onÂ immunoestimulant pronutrients). Its use has shown that increases antibody titers in animals and, therefore, enhances the efficacy of vaccination.
Vaccination as a tool for prevention
Due to economic importance of the disease,Â vaccination is a widespread practice in farms around the world. The virus, less virulent or inactivated, is administrated to animals so that they develop antibodies (defenses) and are protected against the field infection.
Despite it is a technique widely used, there are different factors that can decrease the efficacy of vaccines, such as: the interference of vaccine antibodies with those of maternal origin, a wrong election of vaccine strain and an inadequate vaccination program.
Thatâ€™s why it is recommended the administration ofÂ Alquernat Immuplus together with vaccines, as this product ensures its efficacy.
Alquernat Immuplus improves vaccine efficiency
Alquernat Immuplus is a natural immunoestimulat based in pronutrients, actives molecules from plant extracts, whichÂ physiologically stimulate the activity of cells of the immune system.
Its administration in feed and drinking water the days before and after vaccination improves animalâ€™s response and enhances the protection against specific diseases.
Several field trials have demonstrated the efficacy of Alquernat ImmuplusÂ inÂ increasing antibody titers obtained with vaccinationÂ which is directly related to better protection of animals.
Its effectiveness has been tested with vaccines against avian infectious bronchitis, Gumboro disease and Newcastle disease, among others.
Validation of Alquernat Immuplus efficacy in broilers and laying hens
The latest trials with Alquernat Immuplus validate it as an effective immunostimulant to improve the response to the Newcastle vaccine. The results have shown that it is capable ofÂ increasing the antibody titers against Newcastle disease by 36.20% in broilers and 51% in layers, duringÂ rearing period.
These results indicate a significant improvement in the efficacy of vaccines and, therefore, a greater protection of animals against this disease. In addition, Alquernat Inmuplus isÂ a natural product that acts physiologically, so it does not require withdrawal period or leave residues in animals or their products.