Vaccination schedule for Kienyeji, KARI, Kuroiler and Kenbro
Just because they are Kienyeji it doesn’t mean they can’t get sick or even die. Prevention is better than cure. Please make sure you follow the schedule to minimise the chances of losing your birds. A lot of farmers neglect the vaccination because the birds might look fine, but when the diseases strike you will lose more than you expected.
For the Intramuscular injection you should get a vet from your local AgroVet that can do it for you; most vet charge Ksh 3 – 5 per bird depending on your location.
Am sure its costed you more to buy the chicks, therefore a few more coins to make sure they don’t die is not a lot to ask.
|10 - 14||Gumboro Intermediate||Drinking water|
|15 -18||NCD+IB Live (Newcastle)||Eye drop/Drinking water|
|24 - 28||Gumboro Intermediate Plus||Drinking water|
|28 - 32||NCD+IB Live (Newcastle)||Eye drop/Drinking water|
|WK 6-8||NCD Killed (Newcastle) or||Intramuscular injection.|
|NCD+IB Live. (Newcastle)||Drinking water|
|Fowl typhoid||Intramuscular Injection|
|WK 8-10||Fowl pox||Wing stab|
|Fowl cholera||Subcutaneous injection|
|WK 12-14||Fowl typhoid||Intramuscular injection|
|WK 16-18||NCD+IB Live (Newcastle)||Drinking water/spray|
|WK 16-18||Fowl cholera||Subcutaneous injection|