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This is a great book for any fancier,I got mine from the pigeonbasics stand at Blackpool a couple of years ago, and still read it many times, and have permission to post some of the many useful tips from it, for the benefit of site members and any interested fancier can go to the editors website http://www.pigeonbooks.com

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VACCINATION

 

Very Important

Vaccinate ALL your pigeons,not only the racers,but also the breeders and the widowhood hens!

 

What can be given and what cannot

 

From 3 weeks old>> Paramyxo YES. Pox NO. Paratyphoid NO.

 

From 6 weeks old>>Paramyxo YES. Pox YES. Paratyphoid YES

 

always follow the manufactures advice.

 

NOTE

Always store vaccines in a refrigerator at a temperature of 2-8 C 36-46 F. Heat or excessive cold (freezing) ruins them within a short time.

 

NOTE

If the immune system of a body is under stress,the protection produced by the vaccination will be lower.

 

NOTE

 

The protection provided by vaccines will never be 100%. This should remind us that while specific vaccination is essential,just on its own-without continuous prevention of epidemics and the necessary hygiene -it is not enough to protect our pigeons.

 

 

http://www.pigeonbooks.com

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TIP 1

VACCINATION

 

Very Important

Vaccinate ALL your pigeons,not only the racers,but also the breeders and the widowhood hens!

 

What can be given and what cannot

 

From 3 weeks old>> Paramyxo YES. Pox NO. Paratyphoid NO.

 

From 6 weeks old>>Paramyxo YES. Pox YES. Paratyphoid YES

 

always follow the manufactures advice. WELL WHY IS IT SOLD IF NOT 100%

 

NOTE

Always store vaccines in a refrigerator at a temperature of 2-8 C 36-46 F. Heat or excessive cold (freezing) ruins them within a short time.

 

NOTE

If the immune system of a body is under stress,the protection produced by the vaccination will be lower.

 

NOTE

 

The protection provided by vaccines will never be 100%. This should remind us that while specific vaccination is essential,just on its own-without continuous prevention of epidemics and the necessary hygiene -it is not enough to protect our pigeons.

 

 

http://www.pigeonbooks.com

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