Vaccinations (poultry) -yay or nay?

hatchaholic

Songster
11 Years
Jul 23, 2008
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South Carolina
We're still learning, so I don't know if this is correct, but I say Nay for us. We have a fairly small flock.

If that doesn't sound right, someone let me know...
 

DomiHentrix

Songster
11 Years
Sep 23, 2008
165
0
119
Thurston County, WA
Quote:I don't think that there is a right answer, honestly I think it is personal and varies from person to person. That's why Iwas interested in getting replies to see what the overall average is.

With few exceptions I am not inclined to vaccinate, however I don't think that people who choose them are "bad" or "wrong" or even misinformed. I just think it's a choice. Thjere are a few illnesses like Mareks or infectious coryzia (sp?) that frighten me however I know that I am uncomrfortable because I am uninformed so I plan to learn more.

anyway...short answer here is: nay
 

keljonma

Songster
12 Years
Feb 12, 2007
1,705
13
171
8A East Texas
We've had chicks from hatcheries vaccinated for Marek's at the suggestion of our vet. But we don't vaccinate our farm egg hatchlings.
 

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