Participation in Forum on July 3, 2011
Thanks to all for appreciating the effort. Further, I´'d like to add a few more points here: 1. All fast growing commercial strains and breeds are susceptible. 2. Flip over (SDS) and water belly (Ascites) are both metabolic diseases having common etiology and both share symptoms like edema and cardiac involvement. when condition is acute it causes Sudden Death Syndrome in Broilers and chr ...
Article published the June 21, 2011
Sudden death syndrome (SDS) is a condition in which fast growing broiler chicks die suddenly with no apparent causes. It has developed in to a major problem for broiler industry in many parts of the world. Broiler chicken of all ages are affected starting as early as 2 days of age and continues up to marketable age. Peak mortality usually occurs between 3rd and 4th week of age with more ...
Participation in Forum on March 10, 2011
nice informative article about Egg Bound Syndrome...thanks authors>>>
Article published the October 13, 2010
The aim of the study was to determine the eﬀect of dietary supplementation of organic acids on the performance, intestinal histomorphology, and blood biochemistry of broiler chicken. The birds in the control (T1) group were fed the basal diet whereas in other treatment groups basal diet was supplemented with 2% butyric acid (T2), 3% butyric acid (T4), 2% fumaric acid (T4), 3% fumaric acid ( ...
Participation in Forum on September 8, 2010
The article about coccidiosis in poultry is veritably of immense help. All credit to authors for furnishing such worthful information.
Article published the May 26, 2009
Today’s bird is genetically engineered for higher productivity. Selection of birds is based on production parameters. In the process, the health of the vital organs is ignored. This has resulted in increased incidence of metabolic disorders. The kidney is a vital organ of the bird with diverse metabolic and excretory function viz. maintaining the chemical composition of body fluids, removal ...
Participation in Forum on April 28, 2009
Good article sir, but could have been much much better. You haven't touched various points like 1. amount of heat produced from an egg during various stages of development 2. effect of faulty temp., ventilation and humidity 3. amount of CO2 or O2 required 4. period of candling Sir, these are just few points but the list is quite long. These things are worth mentioning and you should have incorpora ...
Participation in Forum on February 14, 2009
Information about water is commendable. Nice article, sir.
Participation in Forum on February 13, 2009
full credit to both of you all for producing such incredible information but would have been better if would have included natural remedies against bird flu in the article.
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