Participation in Forum on May 15, 2022
thank you, it's an article that is very useful to me.
Participation in Forum on February 18, 2022
Good afternoon Dr. Jose J. Bruzual The day old chicks that I raise have been vaccinated against Cocci at the hatchery. The type of vaccine used is the attenuated cocci vaccine. During the brooding, during the first 3 days the chicken bed was covered with newsprint, from day 4 the newsprint pad was removed and the chicks were in direct contact with the litter made of wood shavings as a place to p ...
Participation in Forum on September 29, 2020
Hello Dr. Chris MorrowI did the MG Ts11 vaccination at the Farm Broiler Breeder at 28 days of age.Before vaccination, I gave prevention MG with Tylmicosin for 5 days.The distance between treatment and MG Ts11 vaccination It was 5 days and 10 days.The Amean description of ELISA MG titer, 6 weeks after vaccination is as follows:A. Distance between administration of Tylmicosin and MG TS11 vaccine for ...
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Wijaya Saputra Serology is useless after live vaccination (and probably killed MG vaccination). There are too many normal responses and perhaps these are modulated by factors other than mycoplasma - like using LaSota.!Pages/Publications/Documents/DOC-Bulletin-2015-02.pdf See the bulletin. But in Australia nearly all broiler breeders have no serological response ...
Participation in Forum on September 1, 2020
Greetings to all colleagues. Please, I need advice: I want to know what is the most effective way to get rid of Mycoplasma disease in a breeding farm that keeps repeating where the chickens have been infected with mycoplasma disease, besides removing chicken manure, washing the cage and disinfecting the cage and cage equipment. The disinfectants used are Glutaraldehyde & Benzalkonium Chlo ...
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Chris Morrow (Bioproperties) discusses antimicrobial resistance, as well as prevention of mycoplasma, and the need for continuous change in poultry production.
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Dear dr. Wijaya Saputra Seemingly the ELISA titers are not a vaccine titers, because the ts-11 vaccine titers are never ever rise up to this level in 4 weeks period, they diminish or disappear in 4 weeks period. So these titers are infection. So you have to give antibiotics, preferably after sensitivity test for the MG if possible, otherwise, give blindly a reputable anti-mycoplasmal one.
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Tiamutin 45 % could not be used in presence of salinomycin. Maduramycin in feed. However, tilmicocin or tylosin or tylovylosin is potentially good drug against MG in early stages of diseases. Your flocked should good antibody titre against MG. For sneezing or snoring, you can apply anti-cough cough syrup or expectorant available in your areas.
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Wijaya Saputra Dear according to bio check base line titer MG Elisa titer 1000-3000 and 30-70 serpositive at 6-12 weeks after TS-11 vaccine application so I see this titer and 100 % seopositivity indicate to MG field infection so treat your flock with antimycoplasma and advice you repeat prophylactic anti mycoplasma treatment every 4-6 Weeks
Participation in Forum on August 5, 2020
I have mycoplasma Gallisepticum problem. DOC layer comes from PS layer infected with MG. at the age of 1-5 days treated with Tylvalosin, at the age of 15-18 days treated with Tylmicosin and at the age of 28 days an Intraocular application of MG Ts11 vaccine was performed. Serology monitoring was performed at 10 weeks, 16 weeks, 20 weeks for the purpose of the ELISA MG Test. Elisa MG 10 weeks: Amea ...
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