Article published the February 1, 2021
Article published the July 23, 2019
IntroductionCoccidiosis is a major global veterinary health problem impacting on the production of domesticated sheep, cattle, poultry and even fish. It is a particularly problematic disease in chickens (due to their intense rearing conditions), costing the industry £38 million per year in the UK alone and, extrapolating from this, over 2 billion US dollars to the world’s farmers and p ...
Participation in Forum on August 1, 2018
Muhammad Kashif I 100% agree on that! this is what was done in the case of IS1494/06, we could not control it with 793B&MAss combinations so a homologous vaccine was developed.The homologous vaccine was the only one controlling the disease.What I mean is when you do not have the homologous vaccine then you should do? you should be looking for the best solution using available vaccines. there i ...
Participation in Forum on July 23, 2018
Dr. Nati Elkin Hi,The combination of 793B and Mass strains in Turkey, Lithuania, Belorussia, Poland and other countries was unable to protect from IS1494/06 (Var2). Veterinarians and farmers in these countries have tried the combination for a long time in various programs but all failed. One of the problems are drop in production and the 2nd infections arising even after a very mild clinical sign. ...
Video published on June 30, 2017
Udi Ashash (Director of Global Technical Services, Phibro Vaccines) shared the experience of Israel with highly pathogenic and low pathogenic AI, and the development of vaccines, during the Avian Influenza International Seminar 2017 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Video published on June 29, 2017
Udi Ashash (Director of Global Technical Services, Phibro Vaccines) explained the effect of migratory birds, and gave recommendations on eradication and vaccination, during the Avian Influenza International Seminar 2017 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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IntroductionIn June 2012, a highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) virus, subtype H7N3, was identified as the cause of a severe disease outbreak in commercial layer farms in the Western State of Jalisco. Approximately 22.4 million birds died due to the infection or to the preventive stamping out of neighboring farms.6 On July 26, 2012, a national vaccination program was established using an inac ...
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