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PostSubject: Vaccinations in the UK..    Thu Apr 27, 2017 2:30 am

What are usual vaccines? Are they mandatory?
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PostSubject: Re: Vaccinations in the UK..    Thu Apr 27, 2017 6:55 am

There is only one mandatory vaccination in the UK and in France (that I know about) and that is the MPV vaccination.

Maybe someone knows more about it than I do, Hal, but I think I am right.

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PostSubject: Re: Vaccinations in the UK..    Thu Apr 27, 2017 7:35 am

In the uk we only have to do for pmv. Once per year. Some people do others ones but you dont hae to do them only pmv vaccine
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PostSubject: Re: Vaccinations in the UK..    Thu Apr 27, 2017 11:28 am

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In the uk we only have to do for pmv. Once per year. Some people do others ones but you dont hae to do them only pmv vaccine
Lucky you Johnnorm2 Smile Smile. Once per year etc Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes is it a honest system in place may I ask Wink Wink or do you all have to sign a legal stat declaration form as such to say you have done it for the PMV to be able to race there. Here Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad we are looking at 2 jabs for the PMV & 2 jabs for the Rota virus issue I suspect when it becomes available, with many also doing 1 jab for pox etc. Looking on the bright side lol! lol! lol! I just wonder how our Ray with his recent photo of his wee flock as such here would go doing things the  alien type way Smile Smile.  cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Vaccinations in the UK..    Fri Apr 28, 2017 2:11 am

Not sure over here. Think PMV only. Did it years ago plus other vaccinations. Used to do many members birds in a larger club I was in back then. Probably 12 years since I last vaccinated. Birds are just as healthy if not more so. Each to their own. The causes mutate. fact of life. So another vaccine is needed and ad infinitum. However, having said that, if I was in an area were everyone was vaccinating then I would be a fool not to do so.
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PostSubject: Re: Vaccinations in the UK..    Fri Apr 28, 2017 7:29 am

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johnnorm2 wrote:
In the uk we only have to do for pmv. Once per year. Some people do others ones but you dont hae to do them only pmv vaccine
Lucky you Johnnorm2 Smile Smile. Once per year etc Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes is it a honest system in place may I ask Wink Wink or do you all have to sign a legal stat declaration form as such to say you have done it for the PMV to be able to race there. Here Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad we are looking at 2 jabs for the PMV & 2 jabs for the Rota virus issue I suspect when it becomes available, with many also doing 1 jab for pox etc. Looking on the bright side lol! lol! lol! I just wonder how our Ray with his recent photo of his wee flock as such here would go doing things the  alien type way Smile Smile.  cheers

You have to fill it a form with every bird you give the vaccine and 2 members of our club have to be there to see it and sign the form aswell. Thats alot of jabs for your birds am glad i dont have to do that many lol
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PostSubject: Re: Vaccinations in the UK..    Fri Apr 28, 2017 10:10 am

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Not sure over here. Think PMV only. Did it years ago plus other vaccinations. Used to do many members birds in a larger club I was in back then. Probably 12 years since I last vaccinated. Birds are just as healthy if not more so. Each to their own. The causes mutate. fact of life. So another vaccine is needed and ad infinitum. However, having said that, if I was in an area were everyone was vaccinating then I would be a fool not to do so.
Ask the fed secretary Hal here recently, how many members he knew etc that had the Rota virus in our fed as such this year. 2 Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes was his reply Smile Smile. This year (if we race) we have 2 fed's on the one truck also to cut down the costs, with a chip board partition down the centre because one uses straw in the units & the other one is on steel mesh for the birds comfort & to finish off the crazy world I'm in here for what I'm told, one signs a stat declaration form (can be a one man job scenario)  Wink  Wink  & the other fed doesn't. Weird mob us pigeon flyers lol! lol! lol!.   cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Vaccinations in the UK..    Fri May 26, 2017 1:58 pm

A wide range of vaccines for pigeons are available in the market. Colombovac which is water based pigeon vaccine available as PMV and Pox or just as a PMV vaccine to Nobivac PMV which is oil based pigeon vaccine. PMV stands for paramyxo virus which is a disease that affects pigeons. You can give vaccine to a pigeon only after expert’s advice.
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