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Poultry diseases; causes, symptoms and treatment with notes on post-mortem examinations

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Published by Judd in New York .
Written in English

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  • Poultry -- Diseases

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    Pagination123 p.
    Number of Pages123
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    Open LibraryOL24170836M


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The Book Gives Practical Information On The Diseases Of Poultry Including Ducks In 5/5(6). Avian Pox Pox is a common viral disease of commercial poultry mainly chicken and turkey. It is considered as eco- nomically important as it causes drop in egg production. Mortality though mild in cutaneous form, may become high with generalized infection.

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The disease occurs most commonly as the nervous form, with progressive paralysis in one or both limbs, and sometimes showing in the neck or wings as one of the main symptoms.

Marek’s disease is highly contagious amongst chicken flocks and is caused by the herpesvirus. Common Chicken Symptoms. The comb turns bluish / greyish / purplish.

This symptom could be caused by any of the following: Blood flow is compromised for some reason, such as cold comb, heart failure, liver failure, and so on poor blood circulationOccurs when they get frost-bitten – if that is the case, covering the comb with Vaseline is common practice.

Depends on causes. Commonly used drugs are: Strinacin, Sulphamezathene, Neftin, Streptomegma, Pectilin, Terramycin. Sicks are given easily digestible feeds. Treatment also depends on the origin of causes. Cattle Disease: Type # 9. Dysentery: Caused by inflammation of intestine due to viral, protozoan, bacterial infections.

Animal passes loose. Poultry health and disease control in developing countries Trevor J. Bagust, Department of Avian Medicine, shown that ILT virus is the sole cause of the poultry respiratory disease syndrome recognized in the field as infectious laryn- The Information Note on “Poultry Disease Diagnosis: Field Skills and Laboratory Procedures” gives File Size: KB.

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with post-mortem lesions including pericarditis, perihepatitis and caseous caecal cores. Pullorum Disease (caused by Salmonella Pullorum) can cause mortality as high as 50% in the first weeks of life. At PME, lesions include infected yolk sacs, pale nodules in the wall of the caecumFile Size: KB.

Marek’s disease is a viral disease of chickens that is caused by a herpes virus. Current research shows that there are six mutations of the virus that can cause the disease.

The virus can range from non-pathogenic (not causing disease) to highly pathogenic (causing disease and death), and this depends on the strain of Marek’s disease caught. Sheep Diseases. THE FARMERS’ GUIDE. Investigations involving a post mortem or.

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Death and dying is a natural part of keeping animals. Sometimes animals become sick and perish. Other times, they live until a ripe old age and die of natural causes. The same goes for keeping backyard chickens. This is a part of the circle of life. Chickens can hide illness well.

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Post-mortem examinations revealed that all the dead birds had signs of serious liver damage, which looked a lot like poisoning.

The cause of this bizarre plague, which became known as ’Turkey X disease’, was a mystery despite claiming the lives of more thanturkeys and other poultry within a few months.

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I just lost a very strong, young (almost 1 year old) rooster due to who knows what; he was a little sick with the respiratory thing that is going around, but he recovered in a few days, quickly (after antibiotics). Then he was ok, and after a .The yolk should go into the ‘ovarian pocket’ (the space surrounding the ovary).

This often occurs after some viral diseases like Infectious Bronchitis where the disease damages the reproductive tract. A ruptured intestine can also cause this problem. A chicken with egg peritonitis. Photo courtesy of Chickenvet.

Diagnosis and treatment.