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How Do We Protect Our Animals From Diseases?

The Most Frequent Diseases Are;


Hygiene of the chicken coops, is the most import factor for the avoidance of this disease. As soon as a parasite is realized; coops should immediately be painted using whitewash and the whole using materials should be disinfected. Besides coops, chickens should also be disinfected from microbes.

Chronic Respiratory Diseases

It is very important to have an airy and clean coop for the avoidance of chronic respiratory diseases. Healthy nutrition methods are going to provide our animals to become durable against diseases.

White Diarrhea

It is such a virulent disease that is mostly seen in chicks. Hygiene is the most important factor to be considered for the avoidance of this disease.

Bloody Diarrhea

Preventive medicines are suggested to be consumed in order to protect our animals against bloody diarrhea.

Newcastle Disease

Vaccination is the most important method to protect our animals from newcastle disease. It is very common in both our country and world. The animals in coop, become durable against diseases through vaccination.

Points To Consider;

  • All diseases mainly cause from dirtiness. Disinfected coops avoid microbes. Because, they can not live and reproduce in clean and airy places.
  • Each coop should be cleared off periodically. In the meanwhile, all coops should be disinfected from microbes and prepared for the following periods.
  • Pads should primarily be changed. The old ones should be removed and changed with the new ones. Moreover, all materials in coops should be disinfected. Whitewashing is another important thing to do for hygiene of the coops. All animal shelters frequently need to be whitewashed.
  • Animals should be sheltered in healthy conditions. It is possible them to become ill by infecting to each other. Chicks should all be taken from reliable institutes and put inside the coops.
  • Only breeders should enter the coops. Putting a disinfectant or settling a pool full of lime in front of the entrance door, will avoid microbes and protect animal health.
  • Entrance of animals such as bird, mouse and cat to the coops, should be avoided as a precaution against transmissions.
  • Materials belonging to other coops shouldn’t be used in our own coop because of the transmission risk.
  • Vaccination is highly important for our chickens. It protects health.

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