Participation in Forum on December 2, 2014
Dear Dr,Being lameness noted in both broiler and layer chicks, the following factors may be causing it:1 Disease AE breeder vaccination ,Chicken anemia, Reo 2 Nutritional Calcium Phos source like DCP or MCP or feed contamination bacterial, Mycotoxin etc. Thirum pioson level in Maize etc3 Hatchery incubation like humidity and Temperature variations , hatchery contamination Stap etc.4.Hot and humid ...
Participation in Forum on September 30, 2014
Nice information and thanks for sharing that too simple way understand.
Dr Mahendra Chaudhari
Poultry Tech Solutions
Participation in Forum on February 14, 2013
Dear Mr Leo, Congratulations.Thanks for sharing information. Most basic if the farmers read and understand , will help them to grow better broiler. Dr Mahendra Chaudhari
Participation in Forum on July 3, 2012
Dear Dr Donna Hill,
Thanks for sharing practical ideas. It is true that along with quantity , quality play vital role and important role.Only having good hatch % is not important but quality is equally important role in growth and profitability of broiler farming. One can do little in hatcher by opting dry down for few hours to improve hatch window. One can optimise better first week weight by ha ...
Participation in Forum on May 24, 2012
Prof. (Dr.) Tufail Banday; Dr. Madeha Untoo and Dr. Henna Hamadani Thanks for information on the subject, very practical. Is common problem and explained nicely in simple way. Thanks for sharing . Kind Regards Dr Mahendra Chaudhari India
Participation in Forum on November 10, 2011
Dear G. Wozniakowski, Thanks for forum on Marek's disease. I have seen many cases of Marek’s in broiler breeders. I feel the first vaccination at hatchery is very important. Proper vaccination at hatchery before chicks goes in to other environment is important. The vaccination method is equally important specially vaccinator needle guaze ,mixing, keeping vaccine cool. I had seen l ...
Article published the October 14, 2011
WHAT IS GOUT? Gout is a metabolic disorder associated with kidney. Visceral form of gout is commonly noticed in broilers resulting economic losses due to mortality and morbidity.In gout, the kidney function is slowed down to a point where uric acid accumulates in blood and body-fluids. Further, it leads accumulation of white uric acid or urate -crystals occurs in soft tissues of various organs in ...
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