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The viability of the oral Newcastle disease vaccine virus on the variety of chicken feed

, : The viability of the oral Newcastle disease vaccine virus on the variety of chicken feed. Penyakit Hewan 24(43A): 15-19

A study was carried out to evaluate the viability of 4 strains of Newcastle disease vaccine virus which were used for oral vaccine on the variety of chicken feed: small grained unhusked rice, small grained unhusked rice boiled for 10 min, small grained unhusked rice washed 3 times, minced cassava, white rice, half cooked rice, coarse grained unhusked rice, coarse grained unhusked rice washed 3 times, coarse grained unhusked rice boiled for 10 min.

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