Dispose of all empty vials and vaccine bottles properly.,
Recycle your vials and bottles.,
Check on the chickens’ health.
To do this, you will first have to disinfect them in a bucket filled with disinfectant and water (50ml of glutaraldehyde with 5 liters water).
, Some operations recycle vials and bottles and use them for sample collections. This can be done by first disinfecting the vials or bottles, and then rinsing them thoroughly afterwards. After the rinse, autoclave the containers to make sure that they are fully sterilized.
, It is always important to keep an eye on your chickens after you have vaccinated them. Look for any signs that something might be wrong. If you do notice anything, call a vet right away.For respiratory vaccinations it is normal for the chickens to develop respiratory issues like sneezing for 3 to 5 days after they get vaccinated. If the signs persist for longer than that, call a vet.