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Gangadhar Behera
Operational Manager
Date: June 15, 2020
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ASPERGILLOSIS* It's a fungal infectious disease, caused by “Aspergillus Fumigatus”, in which the typical sign is gasping for breath, especially in young chicks. Sometimes the same organism causes eye lesions or chronic lesions in older birds. brooder pneumonia, mycotic pneumonia, fungal pneumonia, Aspergillus. When the source of the disease is the hatchery, the disease is called brooder pneumonia. In older birds, the disease is called aspergillosis It affects chickens, Turkeys, Ducks

Stephen Adejoro Dr Stephen Adejoro Dr
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
August 9, 2020

Farmers are more familiar with aspergillosis than with aflatoxicosis, which is a major risk in poultry health and food security. While farmers and consultants work hard to manage brooder pneumonia, they must be conscious of the likelihood of Aflatoxin systemic production and its sequel on health and immunocompetency.
It is advisable that why you embark on treating brooder pneumonia, you should not forget to still place the chicks on a very broad spectrum toxin binder.
This strategic medication and dietary approach will prepare your chicks for a very healthy and optimal performance.

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August 10, 2020
Very interesting. Aspergillus is definitely good to watch. We suggest a machine that can eradicate both the aspergillus fungus including the spores as well as Aflatoxin and other Mycotoxins, i.e. the TOXI-SCRUB using Ozone to eradicate all fungus and bacteria including the Mycotoxins. That is an efficient help and increases the economy. It can be used in combination with Mycotoxin binders for maximum safety and profitability.
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Stephen Adejoro Dr Stephen Adejoro Dr
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
September 10, 2020
Peer Hansen This is interesting Peter please send me more littererature on soavet@yahoo.com
I want to see how we can preach ADVOCACY for this to hatcheries in Africa
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