What are the common chicken diseases?

When raising chickens in poultry farming cage, chickens will be sick. Once the chickens are sick, the chicken’s immune function and defense function will decline, and the disease will occur frequently. It is necessary to do a good job in epidemic prevention and enhance the resistance of chickens. What kinds of chicken diseases are common?

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1. Newcastle disease: Atypical Newcastle disease is often mixed with E. coli and infectious bronchitis to aggravate the condition and increase mortality. Intestinal Newcastle disease.
2. Avian influenza: highly pathogenic and mild avian influenza
3. Infectious bronchitis: respiratory and renal
4. Infectious bursal disease: a type of serious immunosuppression
5, Aspergillosis: due to feed, litter mold caused by primary infection
6, E. coli disease: intestinal inflammation, ophthalmia, upper respiratory symptoms, sepsis, umbilical inflammation. The currently effective drugs are florfenicol, amikacin, and cephalosporins.
7, septicemia mycoplasmosis: the current better effective drugs tylosin, tiamulin, lincomycin, roxithromycin, enrofloxacin and so on.
8. Avian infectious bronchitis is a highly contagious respiratory disease caused by coronavirus infectious bronchitis virus. Chicken is the only natural host of this disease. Control method: Slowly exhale and add cold water decoction for half an hour, add 20 to 25 kg of cold water for drinking water, and even serve for 7 days. 50 g of morpholinium hydrochloride original powder is added per 25 kg of feed or 50 kg of water, and the effect is better.
9. Chicken Coccidiosis The coccidia that harm chickens are mainly 8 to 9 species of Eimer. Among them, Eimeria and Eimeria are the most common and the most harmful. Control method: chicks can be vaccinated against coccidiosis vaccine from 3 to 5 days. Add 0.0025% parasitized water to drinking water or 7.5 mg/kg per day for 2 days.
10, vitamin E deficiency, also known as “white muscle disease” prevention and treatment methods: can add antioxidants in the feed to reduce the loss of vitamin E. Add 0.5% vegetable oil to the feed, or add 10 to 30 mg of vitamin E per kg of feed.