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Dibyajyoti Rabha
technical service officer at venky's india ltd since 2013
Discussion created on October 3, 2021
I have a doubt upon azithromycin use in poultry, that is as we know the half life of azithromycin is min 3days so should we consider the same half life in case of bird?or do we need to administer it like as it says on product 3-4days through water? anyone with good suggestion will be very helpful.
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One of the reasons is that birds spend more energy when fed with mash than when fed with pellets: most of this difference comes from the greater number of accesses to the feeder, as birds have to frequently stop feeding to go drinking - to clean their mouth from the dust than is part in the mash feed. If you could feed the birds with a mash containing no dust - i.e. made up only of particles above ...
Participation in Forum on August 10, 2015
dear sirs' i have also came across to many ibh cases in broiler some of which shows symptoms from the first week onward, so in that case killed ibh vaccine doesnt give protection due to lack of vaccine titre, so is there any chances or any future prospects to produce any live ibh vaccines which can protect the bird itself from the first week onward?
Participation in Forum on August 8, 2015
what should be the level of potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulfate or chloride that should maintain while formulating a feed to reduce the wet litter?
Discussion created on December 7, 2014
What may be the cause of hydrpericardium in commercial broiler besides adinovirus?
Participation in Forum on September 10, 2014
dear sir is it advisable to treat with antibiotics if the bird is suffering from immunodepresion as well as bacterial infaction.
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