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Pre Brooding Management of chicks.

Introduction: All the management practices before brooding or before receiving the chicks in other sense various measures, which we provide in preparation for new-hatched chicks arriving at our farm. We will discuss various factors, which play very important role in the process of pre-brooding management and main purpose of this process is to avoid different

By |2020-03-30T12:41:27+00:00March 30th, 2020|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Poultry Health Management

The best fed and housed stock with the best genetic potential will not grow and produce efficiently if they become diseased or infested with parasites. Therefore good Poultry health management is an important component of poultry production. Infectious disease causing agents will spread through a flock very quickly because of the high stocking densities of commercially housed

By |2020-03-26T11:23:02+00:00March 26th, 2020|Knowledge center|0 Comments

Cannibalism in Poultry : Prevention and Treatment

Cannibalism in fowl is a costly and vicious habit that poultry producers cannot afford to ignore. Cannibalism usually occurs when the birds are stressed by a poor management practice. Once becoming stressed, one bird begins picking the feathers, comb, toes or vent of another bird. Once an open wound or blood is visible on the

By |2020-03-26T08:10:20+00:00March 26th, 2020|Short Articles, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Newcastle Disease_Clinical Signs & Postmortem Lessions

Causative Agent: "Paramyxovirus" System Affected By This Disease: Digestive System, Respiratory System and Nervous System. Clinical / Anti-mortem Signs:   Torticollis of neck (it may be upward/downward). Greenish-white mucus like diarrhoea. Lameness. Nasal and Ocular discharge. Rales of thick mucus from mouth. Pasting on vent area. Gasping (difficulty in breathing). Sticky nose. Wing / Leg paralysis or

By |2020-03-26T06:06:35+00:00March 26th, 2020|Short Articles|0 Comments

Red Hocks in day old Chicks or Poults

A day old chick is considered to be of good quality if it has the capacity to grow and mature in line with its genetic potential. The chick is alert and active, with a closed  navel and well developed legs that are soft and well hydrated when the toes are extended or stretched. In addition

By |2020-03-19T16:31:41+00:00March 19th, 2020|Knowledge center|0 Comments

Herbal Remedies for Poultry Diseases

Introduction Growth in poultry sector can contribute to enhanced nutrition and poverty reduction in Pakistan, because a large share of the rural poor is dependent on poultry for food and income. Traditional medicines have the potential to improve the growth as well as health status of the birds. Ethno veterinary practices involve the traditional beliefs,

By |2020-03-17T08:13:49+00:00March 17th, 2020|Knowledge center|0 Comments

Incubation Times in the Modern Hatchery

The chicken embryo generally needs 21 days (504 h) to complete incubation, including the drying of down (Etches, 1996). In practice however, incubation periods vary considerably, as observed by Laughlin (2007) in large scale field surveys, which recorded pulling times from the setting of eggs of 500 up to 526 hours .This variation can partly

By |2020-03-15T09:28:26+00:00March 15th, 2020|Knowledge center|0 Comments

Corona Virus _ Precautions

This virus is reported first time in China. Then the cases are reported in the different countries. The size of this virus is about 400-500 micron. This virus can not survive in hot climatic areas. The death ratio due to this virus is 2_3 %. By adopting the following precaution someone can safe himself from

By |2020-03-15T07:56:52+00:00March 15th, 2020|Short Articles|0 Comments

Managing The Hatch Window

The term ‘hatch window’ is used to describe the time span between the hatching of the first and the last chick in one particular hatcher. However in practice, because it is impossible to look inside each and every hatcher basket without compromising the hatcher climate, the hatch window is estimated rather than measured precisely. If

By |2020-03-14T15:09:00+00:00March 14th, 2020|Knowledge center|0 Comments

Creating the Ideal Hatching Climate

The transfer of eggs from setter trays to hatcher baskets is routine in the hatchery, while the embryo continues to develop. In the final days of incubation, the embryo prepares for hatching and while embryonic growth slows down at this stage, the maturation of most of the organs continues. The embryo turns its body along

By |2020-03-14T14:35:16+00:00March 14th, 2020|Knowledge center|2 Comments