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Participation in Forum on April 9, 2022
You can read my articles about coccidiosis in engormix (Coccidiosis control in broiler breeders with the use of vaccines: part one) or in www.aviagen.com
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Participation in Forum on February 20, 2022
Arkan Lubani I did a study with revaccination at day 4 via spray in the brooding area after vaccination at day of age. so far many flocks with no coccidiosis in the field. I presented that work at AAAP 2021
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Participation in Forum on February 20, 2022
Bouayad If cocci breakage persists, first check to see if the vaccine is viable. If it is, make sure the chick density is right to increase the humidity of the litter. I like about 40 chicks per m2 for the first 7-9 days. This can vary depending on the humidity of the litter. If the second cycle occurs correctly, you will have a decent number of oocysts per gram of feces and a good immune res ...
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Participation in Forum on February 20, 2022
Dr Kotaiah Talapaneni. many reasons why the vaccine did not work. always check application and viability of the vaccine. but also field conditions. vaccine application can be fine but if field conditions does not work then breaks will occur. you may need to be more specific.
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Participation in Forum on February 16, 2022
Dr Kotaiah, you may need to treat if you have a break, but need to look at brooding conditions besides the vaccine being applied properly
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Participation in Forum on February 8, 2022
Dr Kotaiah Talapaneni Please contact me via email jbruzual@aviagen.com
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Jose J. Bruzual likes the comment:
Infections with coccidia are often associated with severe economic losses. Currently the prevention and control of coccidiosis is based on good hygiene, chemotherapy (Coccidiostats) and immunization. Monitoring programmes are essential for the early recognition of strains developing resistance. Generally, anticoccidial drugs or vaccination alone is of little value, unless they are accompanied by i ...
Participation in Forum on February 4, 2022
Just vaccinating at the hatchery and revaccinated at the farm.
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IntroductionIn poultry, the gastrointestinal tract accounts for twenty percent of the energy expenditure of the whole body (Choct, 2009). This energy requirement is variable and dependent on numerous factors influencing the highly dynamic nature of the intestinal environment. The intestinal environment including the mucosal structure and function is influenced by many factors including environment ...
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