Innovax, our leading range of vaccines for respiratory problems, provides superior, long-
term protection against infectious poultry diseases to optimize flock health and increase

Breakthrough biotech solutions improve flock immunity

Reaction-free, long-term protection right from the start

More efficient disease control to enhance productivity

Ongoing support program for producers optimizes profitability


Innovax, part of MSD Animal Health, is at the forefront of researching and developing new ways to expand protection for the poultry industry. Innovax vaccines are developed by scientists in our research centers using the latest biotechnology and manufactured sustainably in our controlled sites across the world. With 6,000 people in over 150 countries worldwide, including 750 scientists, 18 research centers and 25 production sites, MSD Animal Health is committed to improving poultry protection to help you to produce more. This commitment is strong, it took more than 14 years of research and close to 200 attempts to produce 1 breakthrough innovation, Innovax-ND-IBD, our new and unique 3-in-1 protection.

Poultry profitability requires both disease control and process efficiency. The Convenience
Program optimizes vaccine protection by combining disease risk analysis with early,
effective application to improve overall flock health and productivity.


Innovax is our pioneering range of vaccines for serious poultry treats, its foundation
is the herpesvirus of turkey (HVT), known to be safe for chickens. HVT not only helps
prevent diseases, such as Marek’s Disease, it also acts as a carrier for other disease
antigens that stimulate immunity, such as Newcastle Disease, removing the need for
live vaccines. This contrasts with traditional vaccines which introduce attenuated live
viruses and can cause adverse reaction.

Innovax delivers superior, long-term protection against infectious poultry diseases to
optimize flock health and performance. The Innovax range of vaccines provides safe,
reaction-free vaccination against infectious diseases that threaten flock productivity
world-wide, including Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD), Newcastle Disease (ND),
Infectious Laryngotracheitis (ILT) and Marek’s Disease (MD).