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"Poultry Hiseases" Health Knowledge and Preventive Disinfection Measures
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1. Classification of Poultry Diseases:

Chickens, ducks, geese and other poultry diseases spread fast and ther are always in high mortality. It is difficult to find early disease symptoms, and even if found, there is also a lack of effective therapeutic drugs. So a large number of birds’ deaths are poultry farming enemy. Viewed from the onset of the season, outbreaks of avian infectious diseases generally occur in early winter or early spring, the most effective way to control these diseases is to take prevention in advance.

Poultry Diseases can be Divided into the Following Three Categories:

Class A type of poultry infections contains highly pathogenic avian influenza and Newcastle disease. They are serious hazards to humans and animals and people should take urgent, vigorous enforcement to prevent, control and fight against the poultry disease.

Class B type of poultry disease contains the following disease: avian infectious laryngotracheitis, avian infectious bronchitis, avian infectious bursal disease, poultry egg drop syndrome, fowl leukemia, fowl pox, duck plague, duck viral hepatitis, Plague, cholera, bacillary white diarrhea poultry disease, Mycoplasma gallisepticum poultry disease, avian coccidiosis. These diseases can cause great economic loss and should be prevented strictly and people should take culling measures.

Class C type of disease is the common multiple, and may cause significant economic losses, the need to control and purification of avian diseases, including avian viral arthritis, infectious avian encephalomyelitis, infectious coryza, avian tuberculosis, fowl typhoid.