Intestinal Parasites in Backyard Chicken Flocks

Published on: 03/19/2008
Source : University of Florida IFAS

Intestinal parasites (worms) are very common in chickens in the backyard type poultry flocks. The presence of a few parasites do not usually cause a problem. However, large numbers can have a devastating effect on growth, egg production, and over-all health. The concentration of parasite eggs in the chickens environment is one factor which plays a major role in determining the severity of the infe...

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Abideen Busari Abideen Busari
Poultry farmer
March 19, 2008
Most of the articles that comes from the University of Florida are always classic and rich in intellectual information. I am not a vet, but a graduate of finance. The informations from most of these articles have enriched me with the might and ability to run my poultry feedmill bussiness. I can not reward you in money, but with good wishes. More greeze to your elbow. This appreciaton is made on behalf of Olotefon Feeds and Poultry Moniya, Oyo State, Nigeria.
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