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Discussion created on July 8, 2019
How to manage the problem successfully?
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Participation in Forum on May 2, 2017
Dear Dr. Vijaya Kumar, I have seen your comments. The schedule of vaccination I mentioned is after my experience with the disease in mainly in and around Hyderabad farms since last 25 years. One can boldly follow the schedule without any apprehension. With regards.
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Participation in Forum on May 2, 2017
To prevent outbreaks of Gumboro in chicks, two times vaccination with intermediate plus vaccines one at 14 days of age other at 23 days of age is sufficient. It is advised to give one product like Immutos in drinking water for 3 days 1 day before and 2 days after vaccination to give better immunity. Further in case of any disease symptoms such as bursal enlargement hemorrhages on thighs breas ...
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Participation in Forum on March 19, 2017
Fragile livers are due to mycotoxicosis,fowl cholera,hence depending on the laboratory examination,treatment should be followed. For treatment of liver recovery ayurvedic and herbal products can be tried without any p>roblem.In case of fowl cholera antibiotics such as pencillin streptomycin combination should be used to control the problem. `
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Participation in Forum on September 20, 2016
Administering vaccines in drinking water chorination is prohibited but adding skimmed milk is necessary,and after vaccine water is completed medication can be given,
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Participation in Forum on September 12, 2016
P M LESONS are that of septicemia such as cooked up appearence of liver withnecrotic foci on the whole surface,some times bleached liver mimicking afllotoxicosis,enlarged spleen,cogested lungs,pin point haemorrhages on heart;enlargement of sternal bursa ,severe congestion of duodenum,catarhal enteritis ofsmall intestines,ruptured ovaries and ovarian contents in the abdomen ,among all pathognomoni ...
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Participation in Forum on June 29, 2016
In my opinion,vaccination is the best method to overcome coryza problem in the endemic areasFirst vaccination at 8weeks and 2nd at 12 weeks is sufficient to immune the birds Now adays for all respiratory symptoms ,suspecting coryza is not correct
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Participation in Forum on May 15, 2016
IT It is necessary to control rodents in the farm besides giving two vaccinations with 4 weeks gap to control fowl cholera from the farm.Booster vaccination should be done before the onset of egg production.The vaccinations are to be done regularlyto the growers without fail.In the caseof outbreak,pencillin streptomycin is the drug of choice giving parentarally and simultaneously give sulpha drug ...
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Participation in Forum on April 18, 2016
control of fowl cholera infection depends on control of rodents mainly .Otherwise infection repeats in spite of several treatments.Regarding treatments pencillin and streptomycin combination at the rateof 50 mg per kg body weight 2 days intramuscularly continuously worked very well.Besides rodent control bacterin vaccinations with 4wks interval is necessary.
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Participation in Forum on October 15, 2015
In my opinion,gout generally occurs in layers ,due to mycotoxins.Hence,better to check the feedingredients for the presence of fungal contamination and replace such material with go0d,quality material and add ammonium chloride in feed at the rate of 2 kg per tonof feed for one week.Gout due to I.B is not common as in all farms vaccine schedule is strictly followed forthe disease.
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