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Hi Dr ogbu samuel oluwah: I,am veterinarian in IRAN as you and it is about 30 years working in a Barekat Company that have Ground Parent,-Parent breeder- , commercial layer chicken - also pullets and layer in production. have about 35% share in market . we are working whit Lohmann breed LSL lite for 15 years and before we worked by Hy-line W36- Bovans and Hisex breeds . according to my experienc ...
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Prolapse is mostly a management issue. Could be because of improper body weight at onset of egg production, faulty lighting schedule and maybe because of high fibre feed. To have uniformity in flock we must use crumble feed at least up to 12 wk age and then followed by mash feed and control light intensity and lighting programme as recommended by breeding company.
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Dear poultry experts, I agree with all the points suggested by you, such as body weight, uniformity of 85-90%,Egg weight, e.t.c. May be a breed character... early maturity and production of big size eggs. pullout the cloaca, Pl check the lighting arrangement in deep litter system. Further check.... is it real prolapse or peckout. If the beaks are not properly trimmed the birds develop a habit of ...
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Fowl cholera is a severe septicemic disease well known to be caused by a bacteria. Its entry into the farm should be prevented by good biosecurity and vaccination for safety. Once fowl cholera is detected in one house treat it aggressively with antibiotics in water/ injections. Sulphonamides in feed gives consistent treatment. the nearby houses can be vaccinated to prevent the spread. Multi strain ...
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Introduction Newcastle disease (ND) is considered one of the most important poultry viral diseases in terms of worldwide distribution and economic impacts. The NDV is classified into lentogenic, mesogenic, and velogenic strains according to the pathogenicity in chickens. The NDV is classified as a member of the orthoavulavirus genus of subfamily Avulavirinae in the Paramyxoviridae family. ...
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The article was written as per applications in ruminant production systems. I know, by experience, that producers have "overfed" antibiotics for years. Not from the standpoint of feeding higher levels that legally allowed but in situations where it may not have been necessary. I.e. feeding it as a form of insurance. Personally, no, I don't believe that fed antibiotics, particularly in ruminants ha ...
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Steve Roach As noted above, Bacitracin is 100% Unabsorbed. In fact, FDA/CVM had quit asking for data on this point, when potentially new combinations were submitted, as it had been proven too many times before. As the EU (including WHO) has adopted the precautionary principle versus the precautionary approach, their classification is not surprising. In addition, bacitracin in humans is only used t ...
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Introduction Over the years, animal nutritionists have developed alterations in the quality of diets intended for broilers aiming to increasingly adapt these diets to meet the nutritional requirements of these birds. Studies on the protein nutrition of broilers have considered the use of digestible amino acids in the formulation of diets, which makes it possible to reduce the amount of dietary pr ...
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Dr.athangudi s comments about disease diagnosis are not correct. we have excellent pathologists amon which we don't find Dr.athagudi any where. we have labs both in private and public sector who undertake Elisa pcr tools routinely Dr.athangadi should know that Indian industry is well protected with lasota and R2B. we are aware of their ICP values. we are importing many vaccines from out side but ...
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Steffen Hansen If the purpose of the additive is to control Salmonella in the feed, then butyric acid is actually a poor choice, especially protected butyric. Protected butyric acid cannot interact with Salmonella in feed, only within the gut (wherever the protection is designed to release the acid). And, the butyric acid effect in the hind gut is more about feeding the enterocytes to improve tigh ...
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