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Salmonella disease in birds & poultry

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Salmonella disease in birds & poultry

Salmonella disease in birds & poultry

Salmonella or paratyphoid - a disease caused by salmonella bacteria, and it comes in various forms, it is more than 1400 species - depending on the area of ​​infection, and usually the birds that you catch - after treatment - may become a serious source of infection, especially for vagals.

 Salmonella remains in the intestine - as it can move in any humid environment. Usually, salmonella bacteria are secreted with sick bird droppings, or with colostrum - for incubating birds - or by egg shells ..

 Salmonella more than 1400 types, including what causes intestinal fever, some of which cause food poisoning and colitis, including what causes blood poisoning

 Including what affects the liver, which causes oval eye color and affects the joints, which causes rickets


 Symptoms of the disease:

  a .  Intestinal infection: Mucous stools are sticky and smelly, and the infected bird spares clearly.

 B .  Articular injury: Salmonella bacteria settles in the joints, causing them to become inflamed, causing severe pain to the affected bird, and the joint swells, which forces the bird to raise one of its wings or legs - to relieve pain.

  1. Organic infection: Salmonella bacteria may proliferate in the liver, kidneys, pancreas, or spleen - causing apparent lethargy in the body.

 Dr..  Neurological injury: After penetration of salmonella to the brain and bone marrow, the neurons are subjected to a terrible pressure, which leads to the imbalance of the affected bird and then the occurrence of paralysis and tremor .., and it is recommended to exterminate the bird that reached such a dangerous stage.

 Young people exposed to salmonella usually die - while large birds fight.

 Is it contagious to the rest of the birds ??

 Is it contagious to humans ??

 The answer is yes, salmonella is one of the diseases that can infect humans and spread from it to birds and back

 The infected bird must be isolated immediately

 Even after treating salmonella-infected birds - it can transmit it to other birds, and then the spread of the disease widens, so it is always advisable to get rid of salmonella-infected birds - whether they are treated or not

Salmonella disease in birds & poultry


 Disease prevention

  Good hygiene for nesting, feed, stripes and cages

 Giving any new birds that enter the capsule intinal capsule for 3 days - as a preventive and curative measure at the same time.

 Observing birds always, especially Zaghloul, Zaghloul, one transmits the disease to the entire Zaghalle and helps spread the disease

 Immunization of the population one week before hatching and 25 days after hatching for a period of three consecutive days

 Doxycycline + and colistin sulfate by 1 gram per liter of water

 Treatment in injury

 First: isolate the affected bird and always note

 Second: Giving the affected bird an oral dose of doxycycline + and colistin sulfate twice throughout the day by every 12 hours

 Third: spray the affected part of the stomach and the excretory opening with topical spray colossal

 Fourth: For large birds, treatment is preferred. Sedostin is a capsule on 100 cm distilled water and the oral dose is given for a week. The treatment will take a little longer, but improvement will be observed on the bird, God willing.

 Fifth: The most important thing is to clean all the chicks and cages, change the sawdust and nesting materials completely, and get rid of them. Cleaning is by means of a sponge and dettol or any kind of disinfectant (I used a solution of tadine, apple cider vinegar, actumethrin, dettol and biotex) to make sure the place is clean and washed.  Food, stripes and soft eating poultry

 An important symptom to be observed in the stomach is to ensure that the bird is free of any black part

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