Saturday, July 13, 2024

Diagnosing poultry diseases

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By Katie Keiger

Poultry Times staff

kkeiger@poultrytimes.com

GAINESVILLE, Ga. — The most dangerous predators to modern chickens are not foxes or wolves, but microorganisms which cause illnesses, some of which can be deadly. A producer who can diagnose different diseases can often save themselves and their chickens a lot of unnecessary grief.

Mississippi State University (MSU) explains how these organisms infect birds and the problems they can cause to chickens' health.

Respiratory diseases

Some organisms may infect the respiratory tract and although some may produce different symptoms or none at all, but the typical symptoms. . .

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