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Participation in Forum on November 10, 2018
Dr. Beny Perelman , thank you
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MG is considered a serious economic threat in poultry.All branches can become infected at any age and broilers are among the most affected as the commercial conditions and rapid growth promote the susceptibility of the birds to the MG infection and secondary E coli severe CRD complication.Layers and breeders may suffer from a very light drop in egg production, but in breeders the MG is transmitted ...
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Yuvraj Panth Broilers and layers of any age are infected by mycoplasma. Now vaccines are available but not very effective unless you maintained proper hygiene and biosecurity. Explosion of disease can be prevented using Tylosin, Tilmicosin and Tiamutin or many other compounds.
Yuvraj Panth likes the comment:
Dear: DrMultifactor infectious causes for gout in broiler such as Nephro Pathogenic IB strain, Astrovirus, avian nephritis so should be applied PCR analysis for detection of viral genome, which leads to losses of birds. To minimize bad effect of gout diuretics should be used. Do not use any antibiotics, they have load on kidney.Thanks.
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Dear Dr.I have faced many cases with the same signs and postmortem legions, unfortunately, it's sometimes not practical to do PCR while the flock is losing birds and you have to do immediate action.Yes, antibiotic is helpful but if you are sure that there is no other viral infection like ND.Thank you for your topic.
Participation in Forum on November 8, 2018
Sai Mahesh Reddy my email is vetdoc.yuvraj@gmail.com Thank you in advance
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Participation in Forum on November 8, 2018
Thank you for vaccine-related information.I have few queries related to MG:1) It is said that the broilers are not infected with MG, or the signs of MG infection are not seen, what do you say about it?2) To prevent MG infection, preventive doses of Tylosin are used even in broilers, what do you comment upon this?3) What about preventing MG in layers? Does only vaccination prevent?Thank you.
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Participation in Forum on October 23, 2018
Sai Mahesh Reddy Can you please describe the sitting position?
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Yuvraj Panth Dear Yuvraj, thanks for interest in this article. Yes, there will be a unique sitting posture in this case in broilers which I have noticed during my practice. Coming to vaccination recommendations, I suggest to go for IB to prevent losses due to mortality.
Participation in Forum on October 18, 2018
Interesting one. Can you let me know the "sitting posture" in gout? What the position is? E.g. any images.And yes, do you suggest vaccinating the broiler birds with IB when gout is seen?
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