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Will most likely occured on or around age 26-28weeks in.laying flocks ,however if the farm is endemic, subsequent re occurrences will take an interval of 12 weeks to re occure wether you treat or opt for vaccination In our practice we discovered that liver degeneration is pathognomonic in fowl cholera and to get a lasting treatment the liver parenchyma cells must be regenerated ,so we need to devi ...
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Dr Algis Martinez Thank you so much for pointing this out. Biosecurity is probably the main instrument for improving birds’ health as well as productivity. Prevention is much better than treatment. Moreover, mostly, much cheaper. This applies not only to Fowl Cholera but also to all other diseases.
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We all know that rodents, cats and pigs are the main source of Pasteurella multocida for commercial poultry and therefore, POOR HYGIENE is the main culprit for fowl cholera. Those farms where hygiene, rodent extermination and proper Biosecurity have been ignored, are the ones that keep breaking with the disease. Hundreds of thousands of dollars are lost not just due to the economic impact of the ...
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I happen to practice using rice hull charcoal (carbonized rice hull) in broiler and swine. My ratio of raw rice hull to CRH is 1:1 which absorbs moisture and bad odor in poultry and swine. I have been practicing this for the last 3 years in my backyard broiler and pig fattening project. I love this because my neighbors do not complain of the bad odor with the use of this mixture. You may tr ...
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Uwalaka Chinomso it is not advisable because of short production life span
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As Dr. Kotaiah mentioned with the latest breed, housing and feed mill technologies together with the strict biosecurity, the topic should be a closed chapter but in reality, there are countries that still rely on antibiotics like in the Philippines. That's why as a nutritionist I am pro nutrition management without antibiotics as growth promotant. With the latest and numerous studies on gut manage ...
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Probiotics are beneficial bacteria or yeasts that improve gut health, digestibility and immune system, especially in monogastrics. Probiotics are very competitive to the survival of the gram negative bacteria in the gut ,because they compete with these harmful bacteria receptive sitesYou should take note that the pathogenic gram negative bacteria are mostly flagellated like the and they are all ha ...
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Probiotics are beneficial bacteria or yeast that are healthy to the intestine of the animalProbiotics mimic gram negative flagellated bacteria such as E Coli pasteurekka and other harmful bacteria by competing to attach to their receptive sitesSo when probiotics are fed to monogastrics, for example, they get attached to the lumen epithelium receptive sites, that are attachments sites for gram nega ...
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Great thanks to Carlos De Oliveira, Justino Hernandez and Sherry Layton for this interesting presentation. I observed from the presentation, that the farm in question had a historical challenge of colibacillosis, diarrhea and reduced egg production. But with the introduction of a bio-promoter and yeast cell wall [ MOS] in a treated pen, there was a general improvement in health status of the birds ...
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