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Roxana Sánchez-Ingunza (RSI Poultry Veterinary Consulting LLC) talks about the genetic characterization of Salmonella Infantis and gives recommendations on how to use this information for disease control in the poultry industry.
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IntroductionAvibacterium paragallinarum (Av. paragallinarum) is a gram-negative bacterium that has been isolated worldwide and is the aetiological agent of infectious coryza (IC), a disease that contributes to significant economic losses in the poultry industry. Clinical signs of IC include nasal discharge, facial swelling, and lacrimation. This disease is associated with reduced egg production, p ...
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The vaccination of laying hens with live vaccines against Salmonella Enteritidis applied in a 3-dose vaccination regimen during rearing has been one of the measures implemented that has reduced the prevalence of Salmonella in poultry and therefore also the risk of transmission of salmonellosis to humans through the consumption of contaminated eggs. The current trend of extending the productio ...
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The identification of mild to moderate gizzard erosions (GE) in more than 20- 30% of the healthy commercial broilers examined in post mortem sessions, is commonly found in several countries in the Americas and Asia.The gizzard, also called muscular stomach, is composed of a koilin (keratenoid) layer and an underlying mucosa. GE is characterised by damage in the form of erosions that can become ulc ...
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The two most common zoonotic diseases around the world are campylobacteriosis and salmonellosis, in that order. Salmonella is a bacteria that can cause serious gastrointestinal disease in human beings. As it is a zoonotic disease, it can be transmitted directly or indirectly between animals and human beings through contaminated food. It is most often found in raw eggs and meat, mainly pork, turkey ...
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 A balanced microbiota is vital for the intestine to have good function, in addition to gut integrity. The microbiota is formed by non-pathogenic microorganisms, which are of key importance for the metabolism and the absorption of nutrients and other compounds consumed by animals. A healthy microbiota has a high diversity of microbial genera in perfect balance, allowing an increase in the met ...
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In the case of IA H7N3 of high pathogenicity the important thing was not mortality, it was the affectation to the reproductive system of the hen. The hens did not die but the oviduct was affected and production was never recovered.
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Short period of immunity during vaccination can be caused by series of activities that goes around before, on or after the vaccination. The following could be the reasons; 1 Flock pre-vaccination handling: As it is the rule of thumb that sick birds should not be vaccinated because of the level of immunity, they have as then is low, which if vaccinated may pose stress on the birds and the body inte ...
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Could you please advise the distribution of H9N2 in Middle East countries. Thanks
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The World Health Organization is recommending that farmers and the food industry stop using antibiotics routinely to promote growth and prevent disease in healthy animals. The new WHO recommendations aim to help preserve the effectiveness of antibiotics that are important for human medicine by reducing their unnecessary use in animals. In some countries, approximately 80% of total consumption o ...
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