Poultry Diseases

Coryza Disease

Best 7 Advice on Infectious Coryza Disease in Chicken

Infectious coryza is a well known and commonly encountered upper respiratory tract disease of chickens that is caused by the bacterium Haemophilus paragallinarum. Characteristics of infectious coryza in chicken Infections Coryza is usually acute and sometimes chronic, highly infectious disease of chickens, occasionally pheasants and guinea-fowl. Infectious Coryza is characterised by catarrhal inflammation of the upper respiratory …

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Prevention and Control of Fowl Pox

BEST 11 ADVICE to PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF FOWLPOX

Fowl pox is mild to the severe, slow-developing disease of birds caused by an avipoxvirus and three common strains have been identified. The three strains are the fowl pox virus, pigeon pox virus, and canarypox virus. The strains vary in their virulence and have the ability to infect other avian species. However, many of the …

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