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Have you observed signs like runny watery eyes, swollen sinuses, nasal discharge, and wheezing, sneezing, gurgling/rattling, gasping and sudden mortality amongst poultry in your farm? Beware!!! These are the symptoms of respiratory diseases in birds Accumulation of gases like ammonia, dust, which harbors lots of infectious agents like bacteria, viruses and fungi, unfavorable environmental conditions,...

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Winter is around the corner, and here comes respiratory distress along with it. Cold stress is one of the common reason of poultry suffering from respiratory problems. Chickens under cold stress conditions often exhibit reduced performance and impaired health due to discomforts in the internal body systems. Here are few tips for poultry owners to...

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Cedarwood essential oil is a substance derived from needles, leaves & bark. This essential oil can be extracted via several techniques, including steam distillation, carbon dioxide distillation, and cold pressing bark, and berries of cedar trees. Active components The components found in cedarwood oil are sesquiterpene i.e., α- himachalene (12.5%) and β-himachalene (43%) associated with them...

Neem oil is extracted from the seeds of A. indica and has versatile medicinal and biological properties, including antibacterial, antifungal, antifertility, immunostimulant, antipyretic, and acaricidal activities. Active Constituents: A number of bioactive components have been extracted from neem (Azadirachta indica) essential oil, including Azadirachtin, Gedunin, Isomargolonone, Margolone, Margolonone, Nimbidin, Nimbin, Nimbolide, and Salannin Pharmacological effects:...

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CHITRAK Botanical name – Plumbago zeylanica Linn. Family – Plumbaginaceae Common names – English – Ceylon leadwort Hindi – Cheeta Sanskrit – Chitrak Parts used – Root bark Distribution Chitrak is mainly a native to old tropical regions of Pacific and Hawaiian Island. It is cultivated for medicinal and commercial purposes The species is largely...

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Black Pepper Botanical name – Piper nigrum Linn. Family – Piperaceae Common names – English – Black pepper Hindi – Kali Mirch Sanskrit – Marich Parts used – Fruits Distribution Pepper originated in the hills of South Western India. Although pepper was found cultivated in Indonesia as early as the 13th Century and in Sri...

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Bhumi Amla Botanical name – Phyllanthus urinaria Linn. Family – Euphorbiaceae Common names – English – Chamber bitter Hindi – Bhooi Amla Sanskrit – Bhumyamlaki Parts used – Whole plant Distribution It grows mainly in tropical regions such as India, Sri Lanka, Indochina, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia and the United States. In the United States, it is...

ENDOTOXINS

When it comes to toxins that can harm poultry and livestock, first thing which comes into our mind is MYCOTOXINS, but there are various other toxins which are potential threat to livestock industry. One such hidden threat is ENDOTOXIN. Endotoxins are cosmopolitan in the environment. Be it in the air, the water, soil and also...

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Did you ever observed greyish, yellowish or white-colored substances in your food during monsoon?? It means the food is contaminated with fungus. And if the fungus is the kind that produces mycotoxins, the food can even be poisonous. Food spoilage is accelerated during the monsoon as the air is more humid than usual. Fungus formation...

To elicit a well-functioning and healthy gut, the dynamic balance of gut ecosystem holds great importance. It’s well known that microbiome – the trillions of bacteria living in our gut can have a major impact on health and productivity. But, wide range of factors related to diets and infectious disease agents seem to affect this...