Fowl Pox Vaccination Day
Fowl Pox Vaccination for pullets bought from SeaBreeze Chicken Yard before 6 weeks of age.
- SeaBreeze Hens
Fowl Pox is a slow-spreading viral infection of chickens and turkeys characterized by spreading sores in the skin that progress to thick scabs and by sores in the upper GI and respiratory tracts. Virulent strains may cause lesions in the internal organs. Fowl Pox is seen worldwide. Chickens should be vaccinated for Fowl Pox between 4 to 8 weeks of age but can be vaccinated anytime before they start laying (after 4 weeks of age). Please keep in mind that it is possible but very rare that a chicken can have an adverse reaction (including death) to the fowlpox vaccination. It is very important that you show up within the scheduled time frame 9:00 am to 12:00 pm because the entire contents of the vaccine must be used within a few hours of opening. SeaBreeze Hens Customer Fowl Pox Vaccination Days are generally scheduled the first Saturday of each month.
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