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Key Poultry Diseases
Welcome to Ceva Poultry
At Ceva, we are convinced that prevention and effective disease control are the key to protecting global health.
We strive to develop vaccines that are safe, efficacious, and innovative for all stakeholders of the poultry production chain.
Our multidisciplinary teams provide poultry producers, veterinarians, and hatchery professionals with comprehensive service and support to ensure each solution meets your needs.
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Knowledge Hub for Key Diseases
Professional poultry content platform
Ceva’s Knowledge Hub connects you to relevant, up-to-date professional content, expert insights and resources.
Thanks to our national dedicated teams, we provide veterinarians and producers with technical services to ensure the highest quality of vaccination.
Discover our dedicated services aiming at helping our partners get the maximum efficiency from our vaccines and equipment investments.
Data and Equipment
Our mission is to offer efficient, reliable, and innovative solutions, that match the market and industry needs.
Our equipment range uses cutting edge technologies, such as image processing, spectral analysis, artificial intelligence, connected systems, IoT, and big data.
Autogenous Vaccine Services
Autogenous vaccines provide an alternative way to induce immunity in animals, providing solutions where there are no vaccines available and bringing more cost-effectiveness in vaccine production.
Practical professional poultry content just a click away
Ceva’s Insight blog posts provide you with practical poultry-related tips, news, and advice in a concise, easily accessible online format.
Gumboro disease, also known as Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD), is a highly contagious disease in young chickens.
Today, the very virulent form is predominant in most countries, and variant strains of IBD are present in several countries, leading to sub-clinical forms of the disease.