Discussion created on May 30, 2022
Middle East has experienced an excessive temperature this summer and this affected the poultry industry and caused giant losses in farms and hen houses. In our region, as a general rule, the area fro rearing is 10 birds/m2 for broilers, 8 birds/m2, and 5 birds/m2 for broiler breeders. The natural summer temperature in our country is 29-33°C. We can control it with ventilation and cooling but t ...
Discussion created on January 14, 2021
Arthritis is very important if the chicken cannot stand or walk, it will not eat or drink. Besides, there are many pathogens that affects the joints: 1- Mycoplasma synovia: In flocks affected by MS there are mild to unnoticed respiratory symptoms and arthritis, the respiratory symptoms will be obvious after applying the live vaccine of ND or IB. Especially in the hock joints, (unilateral or bilat ...
Discussion created on May 27, 2014
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Participation in Forum on April 3, 2014
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Participation in Forum on March 15, 2011
Thank you Dear Dr. Ken W. Koelkebeck. Interesting article about Egg Shell Quality.Can I have more information about the causes which affect the spent time of egg in the uterus? Best Regards
Participation in Forum on March 14, 2011
Thank you very much Mr.Winfridus Bakker Please can I ask you some questions? In the first issue you write about the ventilation in the hatchery management, and if there are miss ventilation especially above 12 days of the embryo old it will be due to ascites in the chickens after hatching. I would like to know about the pathogenesis of this case. And also if there are programs to calcula ...
Participation in Forum on March 10, 2011
Dear Dr Nipane Thank you for your article about Egg Bound Syndrome, and photos.