Rajasekaran Kannusamy
Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine
I have been working with Poultry industry since my graduation on May,1995. I have worked with Broiler Grand Parent operation until February, 2006. Where my responsibilties included rearing grand parent stock to produce healthy and quality broiler parent stock for the customers...
Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine
Discussion created on April 5, 2017
Incidence in broiler chicks. Chicks have not started uniformly, drinking and feeding, on arrival. The signs have started appearing from day 2 and persisted till 7-8 days. First 3 days with high incidence, but later continued in grown up birds as well. Signs of inco-ordination, head tremor, walking back then progressed to lateral recumbancy and succumbed. Very few had swelling around eyes. Poor fe ...
Photo posted on July 15, 2016
Signs from day 2
On the album: Early chick issues
Participation in Forum on May 22, 2010
Hi, A good try to bail out the small farmers, as far as the purpose is survived with out an impact on the environment. The heat conductivity of the iron sheet would be a major hurdle in this trial!!!!!!!!!!.
Participation in Forum on January 20, 2010
The article rightly enlightened the importance of first day of life broiler chicks, rather than working very hard in later days to achieve the optimum performance. So, the producer should be right on target before he gets the chicks in his facility.
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Professional Title: Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine