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Participation in Forum on June 9, 2020
Nadim Amarin You have a really good points, but could you please add more explanation on number seven?
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Very interesting topic.From our experience here below the main causes of vaccine failure and each one of them is a topic to discuss: 1. Vaccination storage/ handling/ transportation/administration 2. Time of thawing more than 90 sec.3. Vaccine preparation or handling.4. Time of vaccine consumption more than 1 hour. 5. Contamination in the vaccination equipment.6. Poor vaccine administration ex. No ...
Participation in Forum on December 25, 2019
Double dose in the same moment or revaccinate the flock after 6 hours, will not give any benefit, but try to give the right dose in the first shoot, more is a little better than less.
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Participation in Forum on September 27, 2019
Robert Gauthier thank so much
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Talaat Al-Alwani, please follow our website to know about future training around the world and in which languages. www.wvepah.org
Participation in Forum on September 27, 2019
Dear Dr. Robert Gauthier, It's really interesting issue. I am a P.h.D student in poultry science of Texas A&M university. I hope I can do like this training. Is there any possibility to do it again and when. accept my regards
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The World Veterinary Education in Production Animal Health (WVEPAH), a non profit organization, with partners like the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), the University of Luxemburg and local Veterinary faculties has been giving high level training for 150 practicing poultry veterinarians from 22 countries during the last four years It took place in six countries (Veterinary faculties) se ...
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Talaat Al-Alwani you are welcome also
Participation in Forum on July 16, 2019
Thank you so much, Dr. Charles lbe.
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Reservoir of infection in the tropics is rodents and lizards. Total elimination with antibiotics is difficult. But strategic antibacterial therapy in infected flock is a good approach to break the infection cycle but should be discouraged because of public health in case of egg producers. Strict biosecurity with rat control on the master plan goes a long way to reduce fowl cholera infection.
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