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Participation in Forum on January 18, 2021
Gangrenous dermatitis is a serious health concern for many broiler operations. I have seen many cases in fast growing broilers. Further there is an immunosuppression from Chicken Anaemia Virus in chicks received from immunosuppressed parents. There appears to be some nutritional alterations leading to create pecks initially leading to infection by staphylo, streptococci and Clostridial organisms. ...
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Participation in Forum on December 30, 2020
I have written a book on Biosecurity guidelines and disease prevention in poultry Shortly released
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Participation in Forum on December 27, 2020
The important IS viruses are CIAV, MD, and IBD, if proper vaccination is programmed properly, these diseases can be controlled.
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Ewa Sujka, Commercial Director for Liptosa, talks about their new product Digest Fast, a natural biosurfactanct for monogastric diets that ensures an excellent digestibility of fats and availability of energy as it acts as a natural emulsifier. It also improves the digestibility of other nutrients in the feed and promotes the absorption of fat soluble vitamins.
Participation in Forum on December 21, 2020
The gut is the most important organ when it comes to converting expensive feed into meat. Microbiota stabilization is central to the health of the digestive system. Therefore keeping good gut health in broiler chicken always profitable.
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Participation in Forum on December 21, 2020
Gut health is very important in broiler performance . Any proven product will gain its market capability.
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Jim Zeng, National Sales Manager for Nutriad in China, presents ADIMIX® Precision, a stimulator of intestinal development in poultry, during VIV Asia 2017, in Bangkok, Thailand.
Participation in Forum on December 21, 2020
I appreciate the scientists involved in this research. according to the local strains prevalent in the area and making vaccine is always useful and they work better in control of IB, it is our experience.
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Participation in Forum on August 31, 2020
I agree with Dr Brains observation , Vaccination reduce clinical signs but not viral load The behavior of virus differ in broilers and layers. It is more of respiratory and kidney damage in broilers and oviduct infection in layer birds besides respiratory distress.
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Participation in Forum on March 6, 2020
Timely article in the event of outbreak of Noval COVid-19 . People have spread rumors that chicken is spreading the infection. We need to educate poultry farmers and consumers as well
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