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Cocci a Managemntal problem more and a lot can be written for issue and I agree with Dr A.Ramzee coments better to check in LAB for this . It is now very easy to control it by vaccination even the vaccince its self is too much expensive but if u have more than 2 Houses then it can be easily controled by vaccination by some more managment techniques , but the condition like what respected Dr is say ...
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Dear Anjum and all, Please first you check that it is coccidiosis or enteritis. If coccidiosis then diagnose that it is caecal cocci or Intestinal cocci. If the above things are diagnosed then start a treatment according to the disease. The factors included are, Oocyst is always present in litter Use same coccidiotate for a long time. Use material which have high viscosity. In different broiler f ...
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Yes, it is a big issue in both types of birds: Breeders and Layers. So many reasons discussed and I fully agreed with that one thing in layers flock 4-6 wks body weights target achiveing is important and in the same way for Breeders it is also point to focus on achieving this target body weight .Further grading, feeding the flock according to the weights are also important up to 10 weeks of age an ...
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Here in in the South of Peru (South America) we are facing an aggressive outbreak of avian Typhoid (Salmonella gallinarum) after 10 years, sensitive to the aminoglycoside gentamicin sulfate injected subcutaneously with good results: mortality 0%
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The condition of fecal droppings is an important indicator of health of birds for field veterinarians, farm supervisors and workers taking care of the flock. To reach a tentative etiology, one needs to categorize droppings. First of all differentiate between diuresis and a loose dropping. In case of DIURESIS, water tends to remain separate from fecal material. Diuresis is generally seen during hot ...
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Fowl typhoid which is caused by one of the two avian adopted strain of Salmonella bacteria, Salmonella Gallinarum. This can cause mortality in birds of any age. I have come across with cases involving broiler chicks, particularly during the first 7 days of inputs, broiler breeders and layers. First few days of input, direct culture from yolk sac, liver and heart blood on XLD (or Macconkey) agar wi ...
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Dear,First of all differenciate salmonella to fever. If it´s Salmonella then go for antibiotics and choose relevant to condition and diagnoses but if it´s alone fever which is mostly a tropical region problem due to nutritional or metabolic imbalance in other word due to mild or moderate liver problem,take a history and use metabolic enhanser like digestive and liver tonic preferably s ...
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Pavel Melnikov Hello sir, In that case mix 50% new litter with 50% used litter will help to improve the immunity of birds against cocci. Isn't it?
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Anjum Naqi t seems to me that disinfection of the litter will not give the desired effect, since not every disinfectant can destroy the shell of the oocyst, and it is almost impossible to do such treatment in the presence of chickens. Disinfection to remove oocysts from the environment is best done without bedding during the preparation of the chicken coop for colonization. This will reduce the n ...
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Disinfection of the litter with spray, but i think it would not do more to oocysts, then wat precautionary measures, should we adopt to get rid of oocysts in the litter !
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