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M Phil Pathology
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Participation in Forum on August 27, 2018
it is very true that IB is converted to "Respiratory Syndrome" due to the severity of secondary infection.To prevent such situation we need proper vaccines & vaccination schedule proper oxygen supply and most importantly appropriate Relative Humidity percentage i.e above 60 %.In Pakistan, it is more dangerous during the winter season and all the season with low atmospheric Humidity percentage. ...
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Participation in Forum on February 9, 2017
Thanks a lot for such an informative article. Really it is a great problem for maintenance of paw quality. Another factor for podo dermattitis is Biotin deficiency in feed,either direct or due to fungus growth in the feed, as fungi use biotin for their growth. An other factor may be the use of excessive fish meal in the feed, as fish meal is containing more salt.
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Participation in Forum on December 13, 2016
Thanks for such an informative article. However I have noticed in field conditions that, a pH of 6 and above can't stop E.coli growth in water. So a pH of 5.5 is quite beneficial for this purpose. For this purpose we have to add organic acids in water to decrease pH & also as a water softener. Long term use of organic acids enhance the algae growth, therefore stabilized form of 50percent H2O2 is ...
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Participation in Forum on September 13, 2016
Thanks for ur response. As all of us know that starch medium is ideal for the growth of pasteurella. Is there any correlation between glycogen and pasteurella incidence in males?
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Participation in Forum on September 12, 2016
First of all thanks for such an informative article. I have a little querry that, Why male birds are more susceptible to this infection? Thanks.
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Participation in Forum on July 26, 2016
How to control feed ingredients from moulds and their metabolites, when a commercial feed is being used? Thanks.
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Participation in Forum on July 26, 2016
Well! agreed to all discussion, but there are some limitations on poultry farms in the field. 1-How to control IB? as it's virus can travel upto 10 KM through air. 2- How to maintain the biosecurity on the farm, regarding feed and feed trucks? As the feed trucks from all over the country are coming in the feed office, and then going to the different poultry farms. Now how can we disinfect the fee ...
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Participation in Forum on July 12, 2016
7- Can we use these acidifiers in summer, as the birds are suffering from metabolic acidosis, during heat stress period? Kindly assure the response, for farmers guidance. Thanks.
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Participation in Forum on July 12, 2016
Thanks for such an informative article about the water treatment with acidifiers & sanitizers. However I have some questions from the authors, 1- what should be the pH of water to be used for poultry? 2- What should be the concentration of the organic acids to be used? 3- what type of organic acids, either single or combinations, are best for poultry? 4- Poultry gut has different type of pH at dif ...
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Participation in Forum on January 3, 2016
Alum should be added@5To 10% in the litter for acidity production & ammonia gas reduction. This acidity minimises the germ production in the litter.
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