Participation in Forum on August 9, 2020
Farmers are more familiar with aspergillosis than with aflatoxicosis which is a major risk if poultry health and food Security
While farmers and consultants work hard to manage brooder pneumonia they must be conscious of the likelihood of Aflatoxin systemic production and it's sequel on health and immunocompetency
It is advisable that why you embark on treating brooder pneumonia ,you should not fo ...
Participation in Forum on August 4, 2020
Congratulations to WVEPH for this E learning New normal post Covid-19 approach, I believe many participants will love to enrole in this programme in Africa and take the advantage of the place utility.Livestock industry foundation for Africa ,www.lifango.org, a knowledge capitalized Livestock NGO had previously collaborated with your organization on you last training in East Africa and we are still ...
Stephen Adejoro Dr likes the news release:
The WVEPAH is pleased to announce that online courses will soon be available. This new formula will combine online training sessions in synchronous and asynchronous mode. For all courses, a forum will be open for a fixed period of time, during which all participants will be able to ask questions and see the answers provided to their fellow course participants’ questions. This structure, by u ...
Stephen Adejoro Dr likes this technical article:
Every year the marketing age of broilers decreases by an average of 0.75 days for the same performance. This trend is likely to continue in the same direction for the coming years. Nutrition plays a vital role in enabling this improvement. As the feed cost represents an expensive input (~70-80% of broiler production cost), the poultry producer should be aware of the dynamics of the feed in its inf ...
Participation in Forum on July 17, 2020
Will most likely occured on or around age 26-28weeks in.laying flocks ,however if the farm is endemic, subsequent re occurrences will take an interval of 12 weeks to re occure wether you treat or opt for vaccination
In our practice we discovered that liver degeneration is pathognomonic in fowl cholera and to get a lasting treatment the liver parenchyma cells must be regenerated ,so we need to devi ...
Participation in Forum on July 17, 2020
Fowl cholera can not be completely controlled in a farm if the following rpidiological factors ,nutritional factors and toxigenic factors are not fully appraised
The factors are:
The epidemiology of the disease in the farm,because it present a 12weeks intervals in occurrences irrespective of treatment or vaccination
The dietary profile of the flock while you are treating,because in fowl cholera th ...
Participation in Forum on January 7, 2020
I believe in the dietary application of organic Betaine in the management of Ascitis in broiler. Why? Because Betaine stabilize intracellular homeostasis by increasing internal cell osmolarity there by preventing water loss to the peritoneumBetaine also assist to minimize wet litter thereby improving oxygen by minimizing Amonia releaseBetaine intermediate metabolism releases nitric oxide a chemica ...
Participation in Forum on January 4, 2020
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Participation in Forum on January 3, 2020
I think it is not the Mycotoxins that replicate themselves, or form themselves,but the various fungi or Mycelium which produce them
it is the fungi that requires conducive environment to produce myco toxins and various fungi produce peculiar, or multiple myco toxins that ranges from Aflatoxin to Fuminoxin DON and Zearalinone etc
The conducive factors for these fungi must include appropriate substr ...
Participation in Forum on December 31, 2019
James Denton thank you for throwing more light on this foundation
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