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To keep chickens from getting sick, prevention is very important

1. How to prevent chickens from getting sick

1. Visitors are not allowed to enter the venue to avoid bringing germs into the venue.

2. Feed the chickens with full-price mixed feed according to their age, weight, breed, use and other conditions to meet their nutritional needs.

3. Avoid feeding rotten, mildewed and rancid feed, and avoid letting chickens drink dirty and toxic water.

4. Clean the chicken house frequently and clean up the waste in the house. The staff must strictly abide by the feeding management system.

5. Keep the living environment of the flock stable, keep the air in the house circulating, and control the temperature, humidity and breeding density.

6. Raise adult chickens and chicks separately to avoid the transmission of pathogens by adult chickens with worms, which in turn causes chicks to suffer from coccidiosis.

7. Keep dry and ventilated, feed clean feed and drinking water, and disinfect cages, feed troughs and water tanks once a week.

2. What are the common diseases of chickens

1. Chicken Newcastle disease

(1) The sick chickens straighten their heads and necks, open their mouths to breathe, purr, cough and runny nose.

(2) The sick chickens gradually dehydrated and lost weight, excreted watery green feces, and died in a chronic sporadic manner.

2. Chicken coccidiosis

(1) The sick chickens have decreased appetite, depressed spirit, pale cockscombs, and gradually lose weight, and the crop is full of fluid.

(2) Purple-brown feces are excreted in the early stage of the disease, and blood excrement is excreted in the later stage. The feces also contain mucus and intestinal mucosa.

3. Chicken respiratory syndrome

(1) Sick chickens have severe asthma, cough, moist and swollen eyes, and secretions in the nasal cavity and respiratory tract.

(2) The sick chicken loses or loses appetite, and discharges white watery feces.

4. Infectious rhinitis

Sick chickens eat less food, have swollen face lids, and swell around the eyes and pts. Sick chickens have difficulty breathing and have nasal discharge.

5. Infectious bronchitis

Sick chickens stretch their heads and necks upward, open their mouths, have difficulty breathing, make rattling sounds, and are accompanied by coughing, and they will cough up bloody mucus. Individual sick chickens have swollen sinuses and viscous nasal juices.

6. Infectious laryngotracheitis

Sick chickens have secretions in their nostrils, difficulty breathing, and a wet rattling sound when breathing. The sick chickens lose weight rapidly, cough up bloody mucus, and the cockscomb turns purple.WPS图片(8)

Post time: Mar-26-2022

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