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Participation in Forum on October 14, 2021
Yosef HubermanTrue. Poultry production is getting squeezed between increasing input prices with marginal increase in chicken and egg prices all over the world. welfare compliance is being forced on the animal farming. This will increase the production cost further. probiotics, acidifiers gut heath enhancers herbal products are scientifically proved to enhance the general health which is statistica ...
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Participation in Forum on October 14, 2021
Dr.FAYAZ.AHMAD SHEIKH not needed
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Participation in Forum on October 14, 2021
Uwalaka Chinomsoyes broilers do not require f.c. vaccination.
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Participation in Forum on October 9, 2021
psedomonas infections respond to gentamycin injection very well.multo tier with belts can create wetness all over. use iodine containing disinfectants to spray at the end of the belt. they act well on psedomonad. ASIPHOR is an iodine based disinfectant
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Participation in Forum on October 6, 2021
pseudomonas grows in wet litter. your problem at 32weeks may be a contamination afresh, need not be carried from day one. the birds of 32 weeks must be in a different house. if the early infection persisted there should be several bouts of the disease. you may treat the flock with one more course of antibiotic and check the wetness of the bedding and water contamination.
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Participation in Forum on October 1, 2021
Teresa M. Agulles Teixidó well it gives good profits by better hatchability till end
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Participation in Forum on September 28, 2021
A very good account on colibacillosis covering all the angles. Yes, ascending infection is a very high possibility especially in breeders under artificial insemination. In India, 95% of the breeding flocks are in cages under insemination. the hen is insemination on every 4th day and the instruments are used daily. if they are not sterilized and handled properly there is a risk of ascending infecti ...
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Participation in Forum on September 19, 2021
19 weeks brown layer birds should weigh around 1700gms and will need 100gms minimum feed with metaboluzable energy of 2600 per kg. feeding less at this age can be disastrous and the maturity will be delayed. rule of thumb for layers of 19 weeks is FULL FEED. ie. feed should remain in the feeder always. modern broiler chick of 40gms becomes 180gms in 7 days 400gms by 14days 800gms by 21days 1200g ...
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Participation in Forum on September 14, 2021
FLHS is mostly due to excessive consumption of energy. seen mostly in overweight hens with lot of abdominal fat. mostly seen in the later part of the production cycle ie after 45weeks.FLHS can be stopped by reducing the feed by 5 to 10gms per day from the current feed in breeders fed on controlled quantity. no need to change the feed formula. FLHS cases in a flock indicates excess feeding. better ...
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Participation in Forum on August 19, 2021
E.Coli bacteria is omnipresent. it is there everywhere.people who follow reasonable biosecurity and vaccination program for the common viral diseases know that e.coli lives with us unnoticed. there is less scope for the presence of e.coli in borewell water drawn from 200ft and deeper, pumped to a good height and dispensed through nipple drinkers without outside contamination. most of the feed now ...
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