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Nitro-Ileitis FF Insert
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Entero Vac Insert
Nitro-Sal Insert
Nitro-Sal FD Insert
Ery-Vac Insert
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Nitro-Ileitis FF has the longest duration of immunity for a waterline delivered ileitis vaccine. Competitive pricing from a great U.S.A. company, the product is shipped to the end user on dry ice or stored in an ultralow freezer at -60C or below. 

Nitro-Ileitis FF

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Swine Vaccines

We've been developing and marketing swine vaccines since 1993. Each serial is tested for safety, potency and purity. Over the last couple of years, we've created new vaccines that are proven effective in both laboratory studies and in the field.

Entero Vac aids in the prevention of disease associated with the K-88 strain of E. Coli. It is available in 100 and 500 dose sizes, and should be administered at 17 days of age or older. In field studies ARKO's Entero Vac demonstrated efficacy against virulent K-88 E. Coli by decreasing mortality and morbidity associated with enteritis. This product is freeze-dried and should be stored at normal refrigeration temperature.

Edema Vac is the only federally licensed F-18 E. Coli product on the market, available in 100 and 500 dose sizes, and should be administered at 18 days of age or older. The receptor necessary to allow pigs to be actively vaccinated develops in most pigs between 15 and 20 days of age. Some herds that experience excess mortality may benefit from a second vaccination to account for this variation. In recent field studies in small and large scale facilities, ARKO's Edema Vac demonstrated efficacy against virulent F-18 E. Coli by decreasing mortality associated with edema disease. This product is freeze-dried and should be stored at normal refrigeration temperature.

Entero Vac®

Edema Vac®

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800-714-2756 (United States)

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Nitro-Sal aids in the prevention  of disease associated with Salmonella choleraesuis. It is available in 20, 50, 100, and 500 size doses, and should be administered at one week of age or older. Nitro-Sal offers flexible dosing, administered through the waterline or via injection. This product is a very stable frozen salmonella vaccine as it can be stored in a conventional freezer - typically  for up to one year after purchase. 

Nitro-Sal®

Nitro-Sal FD, like our frozen form of Nitro-Sal, also aids in the prevention of  Salmonella choleraesuis, but in an easy-to-store, freeze-dried form. Product may be stored at refrigeration temperature. To use, re-hydrate and administer in the drinking water. Nitro-Sal FD is available in 100 and 500 dosage sizes.

Nitro-Sal FD®

Ery Vac aids in the prevention of disease associated with Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae. Erysipelas is carried in the tonsils and the intestine of 30-50% of the swine population. Year round vaccination is the best protection against an outbreak of Erysipelas. Ery Vac is to be administered through the waterline and is available in 100 and 500 dose sizes. This vaccine should be administered at age 8 weeks or older. ARKO's Ery Vac is the only freeze-dried vaccine approved for one dose administration on the market. This product should be stored at normal refrigeration temperature.

 

Ery Vac®

Stable-DYE-zer

The oral vaccine stabilizer produced by ARKO Laboratories is a combination of proteins, chemicals, sugars and buffer that will protect live organisms when they are used as oral vaccines delivered through a watering system. The stabilizer will neutralize residual chlorine that may be present in the water line. It will maintain vaccines in a live state in the water lines for at least a six hour time period at a level necessary to induce a vaccine response in the target animals. Research at ARKO indicates that vaccines in plain, non stabilized water may lose much of their potency in the first hour or two of administration. This is not long enough to allow for vaccination of a large group of animals.