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Hi to all : The ammonia is the only gas or fluid that can kill the coccidia oocyst, there is no any other disinfection to kill it. in every condition oocyst will remain in poultry house, hence the best way is to induce immunity by preventing drug in feed or by vaccination. To decrease intensity of oocyst in litter mixing of quicklime with ammonium sulfate produces ammonia that kills the oocyst an ...
Participation in Forum on February 2, 2022
In laying & Pullet birds stage LPAI vaccination schedule followed by after 30 days then again Revaccination or booster vaccine after 30-40 days from 1st Vaccination. Then again vaccination need after 5 months.
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As Bones/ Skelton of the bird mainly grows upto the age of 10 to 11 weeks, so growth of the bird up to this age must be cared. It should be emphasized that birds body weight and shank length must be as per requirement of commercial guide of relavant layer breed. If bones are not fully developed, then during production, bird is more prone to prolapse. Moreover layer birds of present day require ...
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Prolapse during production is usually related to poor skeleton development during rearing, even if body weight during production is at target. In future, try to achieve upper limit of target weight from 4 to 8 weeks of age. The following tips may help to reduce losses in this flock. 1. Do not exceed 16 hours light duration (better 15 hours). Also reduce light intensity (maximum 40 lux in open hous ...
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Managing prolapse and pecking can be effectively carried out by first identifying the cause/predisposing factors. Unfortunately, this may be difficult. Some of the factors to look out for include: A. Overcrowding: overcrowded birds are more predisposed to this behaviors. This is particularly important for floor managed bird/ deep litter system. When birds are overcrowded, litter microbial profile ...
Participation in Forum on December 27, 2021
To Control QX Infection must be followed vaccination schedule : ? Initial vaccination at 1 day of age with a live Massachusetts type of vaccine ( IB Ma5) followed by revaccination at 14 days of age with a live vaccine of the 4/91 type. ? 9-13 wks age again revaccination 4/91 type.
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Hi to all: To control of QX Bronchitis pathogenesis in breeder to prevent left oviduct cyst, need to note the following factors. 1- Good cleaning and disinfection of poultry house before chick arrival.2- to buy day old chicks by good maternal immunity against QX strain.3- Good vaccination program including protectotype strategy.As all know QX strain pathogenesis occur in first weeks of life (2-3) ...
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Dra.g.rao, In Argentina all strains involved in Fowl Cholera outbreaks, mostly in broiler breeders, so far have been always encapsulated. Capsules are easy to be detected by preparing very thin smears from fresh organ imprints extended together with a drop of Indian ink. Under microscope ghost images of white bacilli over black background indicates presence of capsulated isolates.
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Dr. Md. Beplob Hossain(DVM, MS Medicine) Bangladesh Rodent and lizard control are key to controling Fowl Cholera.It is not airborne! So keep your eyes on these pests . Their urine and fecal droppings are incriminating factors. Dr Charles C Ibe DVM FCVSN ( avian medicine)
Participation in Forum on December 11, 2021
Dr Charles Ibe Yes,,, Thanks sir
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Professional Title: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine(PSTU) & MS Medicine(HSTU)
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