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Dear Aftab AnwarThanks for sharing - I hope you will endure!In our work with poultry in Denmark and Russia, we have found that problems relating to the respiratory system are best regarded as secondary infections. We have found that when we reduce the ammonia level in the air, whereby we reduce the chemical inflammation of the mucosa in the respiratory system, many sicknesses "disappear" from the ...
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Coccidia and clostridiums are ubiquitous in the environment where poultry are present. Proper vaccination, Farm sanitation especially litter management and ionophore rotation are essential in the control of this diseases. Any stressful changes (wether be it a disease, poor farm management, nutrition etc) that may affect the normal microbiota of birds may result in enteritis.
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Agree with several of these comments so let me put some thoughts about my experience on coccidiosis. Necrotic enteritis would be for another occasion.Let´s not forget that clean houses don´t allow the chicks to develop early immune response against coccidiosis, instead, this will delay the immune response which will typically play an important role of coccidiosis control when ionophore ...
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Sekhar Basak banned in some countries, not worldwide.
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Ove Christoffersen well said
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Very interesting - another issue that also needs to be done, is poultry hygiene between flocks.We need to eliminate (or, second best, reduce the pressure) of the Coccidia and the spores from Clostridia, by very good cleaning and disinfection. Especially in cracks in floors, etc.
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