Veterinaria Digital - 8/08/2022Avian coccidiosis by E. Tenella
Coccidiosis is a parasitic disease caused by protozoa of the genus Eimeria. The 8 most frequent Eimeria species in hens are: E. acervulina, E. brunetti, E. Hagani, E. maxima, E. mitis, E. necatrix, E. praecox and E. tenella.
Veterinaria Digital - 25/07/2022Intestinal Tapeworms in Chickens
Tapeworms are cestode flatworms that attach their heads to the digestive mucosa and form a ribbon made up of segments. They cause chronic malnutrition that can affect body development in broilers and body and reproductive development in layers.
Technonews VD - 12/07/2022Biotin and intestinal conditioners
Biotin deficiency can cause changes in the microbiota (dysbiosis) and deficiencies in the external and internal epithelia of the animal (plantar, intestinal, respiratory and reproductive) and in the phaneros (hooves, hair and feathers)...
Dr. GermĂˇn Bertsch - 21/04/2022Use of cimenol ring for the control of necrotic enteritis outbreaks in broilers
Necrotic enteritis is a highly prevalent bacterial disease with a great economic impact on commercial broiler production. It is caused by the excessive proliferation of Clostridium perfringens and its ability to produce toxins. This bacterium is part of...
Veterinaria Digital - 12/04/2022Coccidiosis by E. tenella
In brolier, coccidiosis caused by this species ofÂ EimeriaÂ is characterized by depressed animals, with bloody diarrhoea and high mortality. This type of coccidia multiplies in the ceca, where it produces deep lesions in the intestinal epithelium,...
Veterinaria Digital - 28/03/2022Lesions caused by C. perfringens in proventriculus
Lesions caused by C. perfringens in proventriculus: In the transit area between the proventriculus and the gizzard, there are anaerobic conditions where Clostridium perfringens can multiplicate. In this location, C. perfringens causes ulceration and...