Dr. GermĂˇn Bertsch - 21/03/2022Use of activated diatoms for the regulation of intestinal transit in broilers
Rapid intestinal transit or rapid intestinal passage rate is a common problem on farms, resulting in the presence of partially undigested feed in the faeces and liquid excreta. It causes feed not to remain long enough in the intestines for the proper...
Veterinaria Digital - 21/03/2022Necrotic enteritis in broiler
Necrotic enteritis in broiler: In this clinical case, we can observe reddish lesions present in the duodenum and ileum, that are compatible with haemorrhages and necrotic foci caused by Clostridium perfringens. There are several factors that may...
Veterinaria Digital - 15/11/2021Enzyme deficiency and EN in broiler
Enzyme deficiency leads to an excess of undigested substrate in the intestine of the birds. This substrate can be used by bacteria, which multiply causing different types of enteritis. In this image, subtilisin deficiency led to an excess of protein in...
Veterinaria Digital - 25/10/2021Infectious Bronchitis in broiler
Infectious Bronchitis in broiler: this disease is caused by an avian coronavirus that can have a tropism for the bronchi, kidney and oviduct. In the image we can observe hydrosalpingitis and kidney inflammation. This disease can be transmitted by wild...
Veterinaria Digital - 13/10/2021Avian hepatitis
Certain types of bacterial hepatitis are caused by more than one microorganism, as in the case of the image, where Salmonella, E. coli and Streptococcus were isolated. The infection can come from the intestine of the bird itself, although sometimes the...
MV. JĂşlia PiĂ© OrpĂ - 15/09/2021Use of natural multifunctional solutions in broilers: relative organ weight, digestive and hepatic lesions and microvilli structure
The multifunctional natural solutions used in this trial were designed to supply the requirements of broilers in the different stages and to replace a wide variety of additives with only one product for each productive stage.