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
DR.R.N.Sreenivas Gowda likes this technical article:
Infectious bronchitis (IB) is an acute and highly contagious respiratory disease of chickens throughout the world, so much so that many consider IB to be the most contagious of all poultry diseases. It is characterized by respiratory signs that include gasping for breath, coughing, sneezing, tracheal rales (rattled breathing), and nasal discharge. Egg-laying birds, in addition to respiratory ...
Participation in Forum on February 19, 2020
An excellent analysis of microbiota of gut health, I compliment the speaker.
Participation in Forum on November 14, 2019
I appreciate this talk, because of good analysis to control infections in poultry
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Jean-Pierre Vaillancourt (University of Montreal) talked about biosecurity and the risk factors associated with infectious diseases, during the Latin American Poultry Congress in Lima, Peru.
Participation in Forum on August 21, 2019
Now our poultry entrepreneurs know the source of chicks and their history . if they see vertically transmitted disease like Mycoplasma /CRD certainly reflect at the age of 4-5 weeks . They start treatment from day old. as per schedule given by Integrators
Participation in Forum on August 20, 2019
Our farmers are as well informed as any farmer of the worldThey even diagnose the condition and treat them accordingly, besides supervision from integrators.
Participation in Forum on August 16, 2019
In my opinion, you have to ascertain the local strains of IB prevailing in your area before taking up of Vaccination against IB . of course E.Coli is the main secondary complication for IB secondly using live vaccines against ND. And Mycoplasma also play similar to E.coli as secondary complicator.Treat the birds suitably for Mycoplasma with Tilmycosinand for E.Col Bacteriophage treatment and kille ...
Participation in Forum on February 25, 2019
We need to differentiate between prolapse and pullouts.The prolapse is common in early matured birds with more body weights. I concur with the opinion of Dr. Robert Huggins, nutrition plays a main role in the conformation of body weights. Secondly, the egg size: the rupture takes place in pushing large or double yolked eggs.Thirdly, it is common in cage laying units, Where the idle bird pulls or d ...
Participation in Forum on May 1, 2018
It is a good article and control of CRD in poultry is a Challenge?
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