INCREASED ACCURACY MEANS MORE PROTECTED BIRDS
Healthier poultry starts with precise immunization. Only the Embrex® Inovoject® System, a BioDevice from Zoetis, provides the highest level of injection site accuracy to help ensure your chicks are protected from disease challenges.*,1,2
Precise in ovo vaccination with Embrex technology provides benefits to bird health2 when compared with competitor single-needle in ovo vaccination and subcutaneous vaccine administration.2
A MORE EFFICIENT OPERATION
The Inovoject System does more than just deliver vaccine accurately and effectively. It can also help make your entire operation more efficient.
- Optimum sanitation – A well-synchronized disinfection system in conjunction with a dual needle which separates the shell surface contaminants from the injection needle allows for optimum sanitation after each injection.
- Lower potential for human error – Automated process not only reduces the margin for human error, it can also lead to labor savings and more accurate results.
- Reduced bird stress – Minimize the need for subcutaneous vaccinations at chick processing, allowing birds to be transported to the farm faster and into the ideal grow-out environment.
- Vaccine savings – Identifies infertile and early dead eggs, helping to ensure only viable eggs are vaccinated. The result: it cuts in ovo vaccine doses by an average of 10%,3 which helps contain costs and promote value.
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*With the right embryo development stage and recommended transfer time, the Inovoject System has demonstrated up to 100% accuracy for correct site of injection.1
1 Avakian AP, Wakenell PS, Bryan T, Schaeffer JL, Williams CJ, Whitfill C. In ovo administration of Marek’s disease vaccine: Importance of vaccine deposition site in the fertile egg, in Proceedings. 51st Western Poultry Disease Conference 2002;119-121.
2 Barbosa T, Williams C, Villalobos T. Efficacy and Marek’s disease protection comparison between different vaccination methods, in Proceedings. 18th Congress World Veterinary Poultry Association 2013;217.
3 Zakaria AH, Plumstead PW, Romero-Sanchez H, Leksrisompong N, Osborne J, Brake J. Oviposition pattern, egg weight, fertility, and hatchability of young and old broiler breeders. Poult Sci 2005 Sep;84(9):1505-9.