Participation in Forum on March 13, 2015
A D3 E C is found to be reasonably effective. Regarding antibiotic tetracycline group is good, but not sure of quality of chicks then go for antibiotic combination which acts on G-ve bacteria, E.coli and Salmonella in particular. Colistin, Flumequine, Neomycin along with broad spectrum antibiotic.
If quality of chicks is ok and farming condition is favourable probiotics works well. Probiotic can ...
Participation in Forum on March 12, 2015
With usage of probiotic , Acidifiers and proteases certain extent ammonia can be minimised. On litter HSCAS can be used. selection methanogenic bacteria will further alleviate the ammonia formation and
Participation in Forum on January 16, 2015
undoubtedly it's a dreaded disease takes heavy toll and hit hard the production and the layers and breeders can be silent producer. I do believe the vaccine used way back on 14 day may not give a decent protection. For this same sake the vaccine after an interval of 4 week upto 14 weeks need to be practiced.
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