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Hi everybody, in this case I see enlarged of proventriculus with feed and shrunked gizzards which are empty. May I ask firstly, do you make fasting program, and do you use fine feed or bad pellet quality ? If both no, we can focus other factors such as mycotoxine and especially Adeno virus.
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Proventriculitis could be the causes virus eg. Reo adeno, IBD, IB virus. could be bacterial origin eg. clostridium or other causes as biogenic amines,copper sulfate toxicity and mycotoxicosis.
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Beverly Chinonye Okpalugo Coccidial organisms are prevalent in all environments. Using sand as a bedding is no guarantee of freedom of infection; to state otherwise is misleading. To reduce the risk of coccidiosis requires excellent hygiene, good biosecurity, and then implementation of a treatment strategy that can include both coccidiostats and anti-coccidial vaccines. Coccidiosis probably causes ...
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Emma Rosie, difficult to say what works best for your farm. I don't know in what country are you based, what type of poultry house do you have. In my country is common to use sodium hydroxide, some farms still use flambation(fire), I don't know the exact word in English. There are also many disinfectants available. And all the bedding is removed after each cycle of chicken and have new one for the ...
Participation in Forum on October 15, 2021
Dr. Charles Ibe, I agree about the biosecurity. The use of agents that induce lysis of sporulated oocysts reduces the number of resistant ones and increases the efficacy of both vaccines and coccidiostatics. High humidity, as well as low humidity, stops the sporulation process.
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Would you please share your data indicating that essential oils increase the permeability of the oocyst wall?
Participation in Forum on March 2, 2021
CARLOS LOPEZ TOME Dear Senor CARLOS LOPEZ TOME I can note that the mechanism of action of the product is described very vaguely. It is not clear how, and at what specific stage, the product affects the Eimeria. It is also not clear how it destroys the pathogen, could it be the destruction of the cell membrane? Could it be the inhibition of the 4-Aminobenzoic acid? What?
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Greg Mathis (Southern Poultry Research) talked about the importance of letting birds develop immunity and the use of alternative anticoccidials, during IPPE 2020 in Atlanta, USA.
Participation in Forum on October 31, 2019
Nagwa Abd El Aziz Shalaby The effect is doubtful from pro and prebiotics, I think that the damage from coccidiosis will be much earlier than the immunity is formed. And there are two ways out: hygiene and chemotherapy
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