Poultry Vaccination—a Perusal of Diseases Control Measures Based on Regions and Countries

Coverage, inclusive of Estimated Total Poultry Population, and Key Information Notes by Diseases - Newcastle Disease, Salmonella Sp., Avian Influenza

The high-density rearing of commercial birds has put the spotlight on poultry vaccination to boost immunity and protect against strains of pathogens. The prevalence of Newcastle diseases among turkeys, ducks, birds, geese and guinea fowl has prompted several countries to bolster their policies. In essence, Victoria, Australia, has made vaccination for Newcastle disease mandatory. Besides, pervasive antibiotic resistant salmonella strains in South Africa were reported in South Africa in 2022. The U.S., meanwhile, reported 57.53 million poultry animals grappling with high pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI), as of December 2022

Grand View Research’s Animal Health Research Team has collated a qualitative and quantitative database with an emphasis on 3 key poultry diseases across 23 countries. The final report, coupled with the database, will deep-dive into the following dynamics:

• Estimated total poultry population with inputs on disease- status and –prevalence, reported new outbreaks, official vaccination and government regulations, among others. 

• Insights on control measures, including general surveillance, border precaution, movement control and disease notification.

• Trends that could play an invaluable role in shaping the regional outlook, including North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. 

• The database will also shed some light on government initiatives, vaccination status, disease status and reported new outbreaks. 

Get your copy or request a free sample of the report “Poultry Vaccination Coverage Estimation By Diseases, 2018 – 2021,” compiled and published by Grand View Research. 

Poultry Vaccination Coverage Report Scope

Scope

Details

Species

Poultry

Region

North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, LATAM, MEA

Country

U.S., Canada, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, China, Japan, India, Australia, Thailand, South Korea, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait

Total Animal Population

Estimated Total Poultry Population from 2018 to 2021 (in numbers)

Disease Type

Newcastle Disease, Salmonella Sp., Avian Influenza-HPAI

Estimated Vaccination Coverage in %

Specifies the estimated percentage of animals that have received vaccination (at least one vaccine dose) for that particular disease. Includes both prophylactic and therapeutic vaccination.

Years

Quantitative Data 2018; 2019; 2020; 2021

Qualitative Data includes the 2022 updates

Notes

Specifies the relevant information on disease prevalence, disease active/non-active status, control measures, vaccination status (official/prohibited), reported new outbreaks for the years in scope, prevalent serotypes of viruses, recent disease situational updates, government initiatives, and others.

Deliverable Format

MS Excel/ Dashboard

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