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Participation in Forum on January 26, 2023
I am interested in finding published recommendations for antibiotics one week in 4 or 8 in lay. Very commonly done but I could find few publications in scientific literature or technical information from suppliers. In the video I offer a bottle of wine for pointing me it the right direction (for the first 10 at least). Cheers chris chris.morrow@bioproperties.com.au
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Video published on January 24, 2023
Dr. Chris Morrow (BioProperties) discusses his recent work regarding Avian Mycoplasma, in this presentation for Engormix.
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Participation in Forum on August 31, 2022
David Baquero there are ways of seeing if the rise in titres is due to wild strains entering the flocks. DIVA PCRs are possible Do you have to give antibiotics for vaccine reactions? in breeders/layers or broilers? Have a look with PCR before treatment and see if it is due to F strain.
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Participation in Forum on August 31, 2022
I must declare a vested interest here. I work for a company that commercialized ts-11 and MSH and I invented the MSH vaccine in 1988. So here i go (I dont know if you are talking about breeders or layers) F strain has never been used in the USA for vaccinating breeders (worry that it has been found outside the flock it was put in - same for 6/85) but it has been used in many places around the w ...
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Article published the May 11, 2022
A medium sized broiler day old chick supplier into the Indonesian market, P.T. Peternakan Ayam Manggis, use Cobb 500 grandparent stock and have a production base of about 800,000 parent stock. They also have Hisex layer breeders and sell day old layers. Over the last decade, since switching to Cobb for broilers, they have been improving performance with investments in feed milling and other sector ...
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Article published the March 7, 2022
For a long time antibiotics have been used in poultry and egg production but there is considerable consumer/regulatory pressure, price pressure and technical reasons why the administration of antibiotics on a routine basis needs to be phased out of these production systems.The development of resistance in target and non-target organisms is just one reason. For exporting companies we may see trade ...
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Participation in Forum on December 12, 2021
oumed gerjis MSH vaccinated flocks become MS PCR positive and stay that way for the life of the flock and this maintains immunity (also this is why you should not use routine/prophylactic antibiotics on flocks- the immunity will be impaired). If your lab can do PCR it can also differentiate MS field strains from MSH by PCR MAMAs (gel electrophoresis) that have been published (Kresinger et al). The ...
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News published on November 17, 2021
  Veterinarians are at the forefront of the emerging knowledge economy in the world. Our ability to organize veterinary knowledge into Veterinary information and data to solve industry problems is the VALUE.  Respiratory infections in domestic animals are a major issue for veterinary and livestock industry. Pathogens in the respiratory tract share their habitat with a myriad of commen ...
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Participation in Forum on October 4, 2021
Ensapuh Veterinary Services limited the vaccine is not used in broilers as 1) it is too expensive2) the idea is that you vaccinate breeders and produce mycoplasma free broilers - horizontal transmission in broilers between flocks is not that important and most flocks will get through without needing treatment.3) you should do MG and MS live vaccines4) Maternal antibody is thought to have no effect ...
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