Prevalence and associated risk factors of Necrotic Enteritis in MONSOON SEASON and preventive measures in poultry farms – Dr. Rajendra Prasad Vemana

1. Necrotic Enteritis (NE) is the most common and financially devastating bacterial disease in modern poultry rearing. a) The disease tend to be more severe in MONSOON SEASON. Occurrence: Worldwide. a) Species affected: Broilers, commercial layer pullets. Age affected: 3-6 weeks. 2. Causes: a) Bacterial toxins- Clostridium perfringens toxins Types A, C-alpha and C-beta. b)…

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Article: Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD) – Dr. Muhammad Jahidul

Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD), also known as Gumboro disease, is a highly contagious viral infection that affects poultry, particularly chickens. Prevention and control measures for IBD typically include: Vaccination: Vaccination is the primary method for preventing IBD in poultry. Both live and inactivated vaccines are available. Chicks are usually vaccinated early in life, and booster…

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Article: A minor case of Infectious Bronchitis(IB) along with that secondary infections salmonellosis and ecoli were there.

Dear Vets Today I have a minor case of Infectious Bronchitis(IB) along with that secondary infections salmonellosis and ecoli were there. first i will summerize this viral disease INFECTIOUS BRONCHITIS Infectious Bronchitis (IB) is probably the commonest and highly contagious viral disease of poultry, Caused by Corona Virus. This virus can survive upto 4 weeks…

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New Appointment: Cob Ventress – Dr. Mark Cigan as Global Head of Genetic Innovation

We are excited to announce the addition of Dr. Mark Cigan as Global Head of Genetic Innovation! Mark brings over 30 years of experience translating proof-of-concept technologies in both livestock and animal breeding, as well as within crop genetics, and will lead Cobb’s efforts to identify and champion best practices that will help accelerate genetic…

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Glutamine is a neutral amino acid that contains two nitrogen molecules and can play an important role in providing the nitrogen needed to turn over intestinal tissue and metabolic pathways. ● The importance of glutamine lies in the maintenance of intestinal mucosal tissue and the production of mucin as an antibacterial barrier in poultry. ●…

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Poultry Listeriosis:

Listeriosis in birds is caused by the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes. Although many species of birds, including chickens, turkeys, pigeons, ducks, geese, pheasants, canaries, and cockatiels, are susceptible to natural infection, clinical disease in birds is rare. Generally, young birds are more susceptible to infection and more likely to develop clinical disease than older birds. In…

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Reasons why you shouldn’t set misshapen eggs for hatching

There are several reasons why you shouldn’t set misshapen eggs for hatching: 1. **Reduced Hatching Success**: Misshapen eggs often have irregularities in their internal structure or nutrient distribution, making it difficult for the embryo to develop properly. This can result in a lower hatch rate, meaning fewer chicks successfully hatch from misshapen eggs. 2. **Developmental…

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