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Participation in Forum on October 24, 2012
Dear Dr. Saravanan I think the answer refers to your situation. as long as there is Mg and Ms in the other sectors of poultry industry such as Layers or other neighbering breeders or broilers i Believe use of vaccines is necessary to protect the flcoks from Mg and Ms infection. The vaccines Mg Ts-11 and MSH are protective when applied correctly therefore the next round of usage is depends on Risk ...
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Participation in Forum on October 24, 2012
Hi Dr. Abducader Regarding to your question, in your situation ,I think you need to vaccinate your new flocks as early as possible, say at 4 weeks. what you can do is, test your flock with serology or more preferable, with PCR a couple of days before vaccination to demonstrate the Mg/Ms negative status of your flocks. then apply the vaccines Mg/Ms. The risk of spread of Mg and Ms in a flock wi ...
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Participation in Forum on October 24, 2012
Hi Danka there is no doubt that using antibiotics with different combinations , dosage and duration may work on supressing the Mg/Ms infection in the flock but you need to be mindfull of repeated come back of infection. and the cost of antibiotics. Mg/Ms will never get removed entirely from the body by use of any type or combination of antibiotics . when the flock is infected with each of them ...
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Participation in Forum on October 10, 2012
Hi No,it does not have any negative impact. It is one of the safest vaccines that I have ever worked with.
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Participation in Forum on October 9, 2012
HI I think the best way to protect the flocks from such as nasty combination is to protect the parent flocks from MS and MG infection. The best way by far is vaccination against Ms with Vaxsafe MSH and against Mg with Vaxsafe TS-11. Using these vaccines must be at as early age as possible to (after 4 weeks) to prevent reinfection of Mg / Ms negative flocks with field starins. Usually No antibioti ...
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Participation in Forum on September 26, 2012
Thanks Mr. Rajendran for the article. just wondering do you have any reference addressing the effect of Mg and Ms on egg weight? Kind Regards Reza. F. Firooz
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