Avian Mycoplasma Control - Central for antibiotic independent production

Published on: 01/04/2016
Author/s : Chris Morrow / Bioproperties, 36 Charter St, Ringwood, Vic. 3134 Australia.

Antibiotics. Will affect mycoplasma vaccine.  Enrofloxacin Tetracyclines Macrolides Lincomycin Tylosin Tiamulin Timiclocin Sulpha etc (a little) Chloramphenicol May not affect local field strains; Acquired resistance.   Won’t affect vaccine. Ampicillin Amoxycillin Penicillin Fosfomycin (Phosphomycin) Cephalosporins Not absorbed orally      ...

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Wijaya Saputra Wijaya Saputra
Veterinary Doctor
January 4, 2016
what's problem if i have given TS 11 vaccine at age 5 weeks but still raise cases MG in some houses at age 35 weeks of broiler breeder poultry ?. Thank you .
August 26, 2019
Sir can u explain that its vertical transmission or horizontal if so any one of them can u fallow the sam treatment procedure but before we fallows we cant receive good results sir needs yr opening
August 27, 2019

Biosecurity is one tool for control of Mycoplasma. Vaccination and treatment also required for control of Mycoplasma. Vaccination monitoring also are important.

Badal Singh Badal Singh
veterinary science
August 27, 2019

I think Biosecurity and before vaccination I assured flock must be free from mycoplasma...?

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