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Participation in Forum on May 28, 2019
I feel use of medicines have little role in reducing mortality or heat stress . maintaining deb level is more important than using additional electrolytes.
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Participation in Forum on December 16, 2018
Since long I am searching such opportunity I feel if amount of fee is not expensive I will join
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Participation in Forum on November 22, 2018
Increase night ventilation as feed consumption is bigger during night hours but oxygen availability is less due to fully packed sheds litterdepth is major reason for ammonia. Due to cost factor, its depth has been reduced as we don't have ac vehicles, chills during transportation and fluctuation in weather first week in brooders promote ascitis.
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Participation in Forum on November 12, 2018
In field E coli is more fatal than mycoplasma, so giving previous treatment at regular intervals with antimycoplasmal drugs with E coli previous is best to my experience. Azithromycein with Amoxyllin combination is better to check secondary infections.
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Participation in Forum on November 10, 2018
Mycoplasma vaccine only works if disease is not endemic in flock, if it is followed by 5 days course of Tilmycosin it proves good.
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Participation in Forum on November 10, 2018
Mostly mycoplasma is vertical so initial doses with tylosin on 3d to 5th day follows tilmycosin with ctc and terra mycein la inj with cefoparazone on 20 days is useful as preventive measure.
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Participation in Forum on May 20, 2018
it is also seen with new arrivals of maize in summer season
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Participation in Forum on May 12, 2018
Never start any medicines at least in advance but start when morbity is 10 to 15 percent, it is better to give sulfa drugs on onset of coccidosis as amrolium is resistent to many strains. Fly control is necessary tool to avoid coccidiosis in cages. Ht of feeders may be so adjusted so the spilled litter does not make entry in feed any reduction in feed may be followed by increasing dose of coccidio ...
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Participation in Forum on April 2, 2018
We tried chromium , paracetamol vit c 300 gms per ton ammonium chloride 500 gms per ton sodium chloride 2.5 kg per ton it seems keeping low water temp, proper flushing, proper ventilation and using channels replacing nipples all were beneficial at moderate temp of 35 degree celsius but keeping shed cool better ventilation maintaining water temp were better with low density of birds . It is also im ...
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Participation in Forum on April 2, 2018
To me, all medicines have limited role when shed temperature is above 38 degree celsius. Heat-stressed bird if immediately withdrawn and given drop of paracetamol plus glucose and given deep water bath survives but lays eggs after 4 days sprinklers versus no sprinklers or foggers versus no foggers inside sheds have no difference in mortality at 38 degree celsius.
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