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- Diseases of Poultry
- Current diseases of ducks and their control
- Duck Viral Enteritis
- Commercial production and sanitary problems in ducks
Diseases of Poultry
The intensive production of ducks is a very popular activity and developed in most countries of Southeast Asia and China. The United States has quite specialized industrial systems for the industrial production of duck meat that guarantees local market demands. The commercial duck in general is a type of bird that is very resistant to adverse weather and handling conditions. Additionally, ducks can have very satisfactory yields even when the quality of the food is not the best. Figure 1. Commercial duck farm in Pennsylvania, USA.
Health care Ducks are generally hardier than other poultry. In practical duck rearing the diseases of importance are duck plague, pasteurellosis and aflatoxicosis. The only method of prevention of aflatoxicosis is to eliminate the use of feed or feed ingredient having fungal or mould growth. Effective vaccine against duck plague is now available. Duck virus hepatitis is another disease and that could cause heavy mortality of ducklings, when they occur.
Current diseases of ducks and their control
Metrics details. Newcastle disease ND caused by virulent Newcastle disease virus NDV is an acute, highly contagious and fatal viral disease affecting most species of birds. Ducks are generally considered to be natural reservoirs or carriers of NDV while being resistant to NDV strains, even those most virulent for chickens; however, natural ND cases in ducks have been gradually increasing in recent years. Susceptibility to NDV infection among breeds varied, per morbidity and mortality. Mallard ducks were the most susceptible, and Pekin ducks the most resistant. The susceptibility of ducks to NDV infection decreased with age.
Keywords: amyloidosis , duck , goose , influenza , lead , Mycoplasma , Pasteurella , swan. When consulting textbooks for help, often a dizzying array of waterfowl diseases are encountered. Unless captive populations are exposed to wild birds, the incidence of infectious disease is relatively low although birds less than 7 weeks of age are at greater risk when compared to adult birds. Figure 1. Below you will find a collection of differential diagnoses for common clinical problems observed in the anseriform. These abbreviated lists should in no way replace professional judgment when evaluating your patient. Particularly important or common conditions are bolded or linked to disease descriptions Box 1 through Box
Understand treatment and management of common medical AKA: New duck disease, Infectious serositis, and Pasteurella anatipestifer.
Duck Viral Enteritis
There are many common and important diseases which can affect the respiratory system air passages, lungs, air sacs of poultry see Table 1. Poultry refers to birds that people keep for their use and generally includes the chicken, turkey, duck, goose, quail, pheasant, pigeon, guinea fowl, pea fowl, ostrich, emu, and rhea. Due to modern systems of management, usually with high poultry densities, these diseases are able to readily spread. Synonyms : chicken pox not to be confused with chicken pox in humans; the human disease does not affect poultry and vice versa , sore head, avian diphtheria, bird pox. Species affected: Most poultry—chickens, turkeys, pheasants, quail, ducks, psittacine, and ratites—of all ages are susceptible.
Problems attributed to coliform infections are often caused by strains of the Escherichia coli organism. There is a marked variation in severity.
Commercial production and sanitary problems in ducks
Diseases of ducks affecting birds around the world can be conveniently divided based on the causal agent. Nevertheless, the basic rules of biosecurity and disease control apply to the prevention of most diseases, whatever the causal organism. This is by far the most common bacterial infection of all ages of commercial ducks and can certainly have the largest economic effect. In common with other classes of poultry, Escherichia coli infections can affect chicks, growing birds and parent stock. Being an environmental organism, it can act as a primary causal organism or secondary to other infections such as viruses or management problems which may affect the flock.
Keeping ducks healthy requires taking the necessary steps to prevent disease outbreaks from occurring in the first place, and in cases where ducks do become infected, administering appropriate treatment to minimize mortality and morbidity. The following guidelines were developed with large flocks of ducks in mind, but they also apply to small flocks. Disease prevention in ducks, and in poultry in general, is discussed in more detail in standard textbooks on poultry diseases and in other related publications, some of which are referenced on this site Duck Publications. Caretakers must be diligent in three main areas to prevent ducks from becoming infected with disease. Duck virus hepatitis is a highly fatal contagious disease of young ducklings, days of age. Ducklings are most susceptible at the younger ages and gradually become more resistant as they grow older. The disease is rarely seen in ducklings over 4 weeks of age.
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