Application of TAbic® IB VAR vaccine jointly with other vaccines promotes creation of reliable protection against infectious bronchitis in chickens.
Keywords: poultry production, infectious bronchitis in chickens, respiratory path, reproduction organs, kidneys, egg laying capacity, culling, virus, hens, chickens, young animals, population, incubatory egg, layer, dung, trachea, bronchial tubes, exudate, ovaries, ovarian follicles; respiratory, reproductive and nephrosonephritis syndrome; hatchability, livability, urata, TAbic® IB VAR, TAbic® VH, TAbic® MV, vaccine, vaccination, feed conversion, parental herd, cross, Phibro Animal Health, CJSC Petelino Poultry Farm, recombinant virus, Newcastle disease, Marek's disease, strain, serotype.
The anticoccidial rotation program based on susceptibility of coccidia field isolates allows an utmost protection of population from the disease.
Keywords: broiler and egg poultry production, coccidia, coccidiosis, poultry, chicks, broilers, Eimeria, E. tenella, E. necatrix, E. brunetti, E. maxima, E. acervulina, E. necatrix, die-off, feed, diet, resistance, oocytes, anticoccidials, antibiotics, intestines, cecums, duodenum, small intestine, live weight, a anticoccidial index, pathogenic agent, field isolate, mono- and polyspecific coccidia culture, invasion, chemotherapy, chemoprophylaxis, anticoccidial rotation program, Zoetis LLC.
Poultry red mite (Dermanyssus gallinae) and northern fowl mite (Ornithonyssus sylvarum) are most common external parasites of poultry. They are carriers of very dangerous diseases. The key mite control measures are treatment of premises and poultry with acaricides and insecticides as well as surveillance of mite distribution at farms.
Keywords: poultry production, гамазовые mites, red poultry mite (Dermanyssus gallinae), northern fowl mite (Ornithonyssus sylvarum), chelicerae, imago, mite provider, blood-sucking, embryos, protonymph, deutonymph, poultry, hen house, layer, hens, cock, anaemia, productivity, plumage, feather, zoonoses, dermatosis, otitis, erythropenia, feed consumption, eggs, egg laying capacity, reproductive ability, infestation, die-off, slaughter, insecticides, acaricides, deratization, alopecia, cannibalism, ecto parasites.
It is practicable to use natural products Milkshake®, Respiron and Sann'Air containing vitamins, micro and macro nutrients, for prevention of bronchial pneumonia in calves.
Keywords: bronchial pneumonia, lungs, immunity, calves, cattle, ruminants, neonatal period, hypovitaminosis, vitamin C, opportunistic and pathogenic microflora, rumen, retirement, resistance, essential oils, flavonoids, vitamin and mineral complex, cicatricial digestion, ascorbic, pantothenic, folic acid, stress, milk, colostrum, adrenal glands, glucocorticoids, Milkshake®, Respiron and Sann'Air.
Most veterinarians wonder about choosing a particular medicine for treatment of animals, including antibiotics, the use of which became rather uncontrolled and non-systemic. Medicine Exid has broad antibacterial activity.
Keywords: resistant strains, antibacterial drugs, medicine Exid, interstitial liquid, aspirated liquid, infected animals, blood plasma, lung tissue, epithelial lining fluid, fattening bull-calves, inoculation, ceftiofur and its metabolites, high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC).
To improve milk productivity and reproductive qualities of thoroughbred and mongrel high-yield cows, it is reasonable to support their fleshiness by the time of calving at a level of 3.5–3.75 points.
Keywords: dairy cattle production, cow, bred heifer, first-calf heifer, milk, fat, protein, service period, productivity, calving, black-and-white breed, Dutch breed, Bestuzhev breed, Holsteinized cattle, reproductive function, reproductive qualities, insemination, fertilisation, lactation, condition, feed, diet, protein, carbohydrates, fat liver syndrome, ketosis, acidosis, anestrus, estral cycle, indifference period, embryos, culling, increasing milk yield, milk yield.
Application of modern products for treatment and prevention of gastrointestinal diseases in young cattle allows receiving healthy calves and promotes farm profitability.
Keywords: calves, cattle, digestive tract (DT), enteritis, die-off, diarrhea, replacement young animals, culling, milk yield, lactation, viral agents; rota- corona-, parvo-, enteroviral infection; placental barrier, pathogenesis, Escherichia coli, Salmonella spp., Streptococcus spp., Clostridium spp., Campylobacter, Pseudomonas, hypovolemic and septic shock, colostral toxicosis, dyspepsia, immunoglobulins, immune system, resistance, colostral immunity, colostrum, obligate microflora, gastrointestinal tract, vaccination, bifido- and lactobacilli, pathogenic microorganisms, OXYLONG® 20% RETARD, COLIMIXOL®, TOLTREX® 5%, RESCUE KIT SOLUBLE, spore-forming bacteria, vitamins, glycine chelates.
Use of Ankar P4 Rapid test in complex diagnosis of cow pregnancy allows considerable improvement of dairy farm economic indicators due to reduction of service period duration, decrease in the number of culled animals, and increase in their productivity.
Keywords: dairy cattle production, herd reproduction, breeding stock, artificial insemination, fertilization, calving, yeldness, mating age, cow pregnancy, milk yield, milk production, service period, level of progesterone in milk, sexual hormones in dairy cows, impairments of reproductive function, Ankar P4 Rapid test.
Mastitis is one of the best investigated diseases; nevertheless, this pathology still remains an acute problem in dairy cattle farming. The article describes the forms of mastitis and course of disease in detail.
Keywords: dairy cattle sector, mastitis, cow, herd, population, milk, microorganism, mammary gland, contagious, opportunistic and pathogenic microflora, infection, somatic cells, udder, milking, coliform bacteria, streptococci, staphylococci, antibiotic, abscess, intoxication, heifer, enterotoxins, adhesion, milk yield, milk yield, productivity, normal flora, causative agent, PCR diagnosis, antibiogram, herd, population, resistance.
Anthrax is an acute infectious disease of animals and humans caused by the microbe Bacillus anthracis. In pigs, the disease mostly develops as tonsillitis or pharyngitis.
Keywords: pig, anthrax, septicemia, mucous membrane, mouth cavity, lymph nodes, causative agent, bacillus, tonsillar form, infiltration, diarrhea, slaughter, bacteriologic test, virulence, hemorrhages, abscess, mesentery, Peyer's patches, beef-extract broth, “pearl necklace” test, phagolysis reaction, blood agar, bacterial mass, bacteriophage.