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How to treat mycoplasmosis in chickens

mycoplasmosis in chickens treat mycoplasmosis in chickens

Treat mycoplasmosis in chickens, chronic respiratory disease in poultry, it is one of the respiratory diseases of poultry, and this disease often occurs in fattening chickens at the age of 20 days and laying after the age of forty days, but does not cause death on its own, and can be easily controlled with antibiotics, but it actually causes losses summarized in Its effect on weights, conversion rate and feed withdrawal in addition to being negatively prepared for the entry of viral respiratory diseases such as Newcastle and IB.


Causes of chronic respiratory disease in poultry

What is mycoplasmosis in chickens, the cause of chronic respiratory disease in poultry, a very small bacterium known as mycoplasma, but the risk lies only in secondary infection for this and Haya's disease, which we must stand at and try to limit the spread of the infection, which is that infection with it comes with it, infection with e-coli or salmonella?


What is genital mycoplasmosis

To understand the subject more, a lot of bacteria are present in the bird’s body naturally, but when any stress factor occurs, for example, weak immunity and temperature difference, for example when exposed to cold, the bacteria are activated, especially e-coli, and it activates mycoplasma and causes common CRD symptoms. Humidity, poor ventilation, estrus, or excess ammonia will increase the incidence of infection inside the house.


Methods of transmission

1- The microbe is transmitted primarily from mothers to chicks in eggs.

2- It is transmitted from birds carrying the microbe to healthy birds.

3 - It is transmitted through polluted and unsterilized air and unclean bedding, so it is preferable to sterilize the ward and keep it clean.

4- It is also possible for mycoplasma to spread inside the hatchery and then transmit the infection to the intact fertilized eggs.


Symptoms of chronic respiratory disease in poultry


Often the symptoms do not appear except in the event of secondary infection and mycoplasma has an attraction to the bird's respiratory systems and sometimes to the joints, and these cause the following symptoms:

  • Feed consumption begins to decrease, the chick weakens and decreases in growth, and in advanced cases of the disease the chick spends.
  • If it is a white herd, egg production begins to decrease and decreases by 10 to 15 eggs per chick, and the percentage of good eggs decreases.
  • Cough and runny nose
  • Inflammation and redness of the eye occur, and sometimes we find it closed due to the severity of inflammation.


Treating chronic respiratory disease


After we talked about the disease, we will now offer you the treatment, and often the treatment here is for mildly infected birds and prevention for the rest of the healthy birds, but advanced cases are reserved in isolation and rarely are treated and treatment of chronic respiratory disease will be divided into two parts:


First: antibiotic treatment

 Give any of the following antibiotics:

• Tylosine.
• Airthermycin.
• Linkospectin.
• Tetracycline.
• Florfenicol.
• Telmucosin.
• Tyamolin. 

 Second: Adjunctive treatment

It is given a half an ml per liter of drinking water or maybe 5 ml per liter and spread to the birds so that they can breathe, and of course with it an immunomodulatory such as beta-amion, for example, or Ed3e or e selenium.

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