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Discussion created on July 20, 2018
Have recently received results from necropsy on 18 week pullet. Diagnosed avian cholera. Am I better off to cull the entire flock and start again?My main concerns are 1. Are all my birds now carriers if they have been exposed? (some have been symptomatic but seem to have recovered) 2. Can't find any info on weather or not the eggs will be safe to eat and my husband only likes runny egg yolks. 3. H ...
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Fowl cholera presents in various degrees. Acute cholera causes rapid death. Chronic cholera can take weeks to cause death. Typical carriers are rodents. A good systematic rodent control program will help reduce exposure. Fowl cholera is caused by Pasteurella multocida. It is not transmitted via the eggs, so your husband can continue to consume eggs. I would not kill the flock. Transmission is usua ...
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Have recently received results from necropsy on 18 week pullet. Diagnosed avian cholera. Am I better off to cull the entire flock and start again?My main concerns are 1. Are all my birds now carriers if they have been exposed? (some have been symptomatic but seem to have recovered) 2. Can't find any info on weather or not the eggs will be safe to eat and my husband only likes runny egg yolks. 3. H ...
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