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BLOOD PARASITE DISEASE IN CHICKENS

Blood parasitic disease in chickens is a dangerous disease that reduces the growth and reproduction of chickens. Although the level of infection is low, the death rate is high because chickens are immunocompromised. The chickens show signs such as: fatigue, sluggishness, loss of appetite or decreased appetite, pale combs with increasing frequency, fever, decreased laying, diarrhea with dark green stools, or even blood that does not clot or Hemophilia or not? If your chickens are showing one or more of the above signs, it is likely that they are infected with a disease that we often call blood parasitic disease..

TREATMENT REGIMEN FOR E.COLI IN CHICKENS

E.coli in chickens is a dangerous disease that causes great losses to farmers and depending on the severity of the disease, there will be different treatment regimens. Diarrhea caused by E. Coli is a common and dangerous disease in chickens if you do not know how to prevent and treat it. A better understanding of the disease, timely detection and correct diagnosis of the cause of the disease is essential. Image of a flock of chicken STEP 1: CORRECTLY DIAGNOSE THE CAUSE OF THE DISEASE Green stool, white stool, thin and foamy Inflammation of the pericardium, peritoneum, and liver Chickens..

TREATMENT OF APV DISEASE IN CHICKENS

APV disease in chicken is popular and often cause great losses to farmers if the infection rate is high . Recently, APV disease has become relatively common, and when chickens have this disease, it is often confused with swollen head disease caused by Coryza, and treated according to the method of treating Coryza disease but it does not cure. So what are the symptoms and causes of APV? I. CAUSES APV disease is caused by Avian pneumovirus, an RNA virus that causes respiratory disease in chickens of all ages. The disease is transmitted through the respiratory tract and often occurs..