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Omonona Abosede Olayemi et al. 
Village weavers (Ploceus cucullatus) are ubiquitous passerine birds found in Nigeria. Researches on avianhaemoparasites in domestic and wild birds in Nigeria have been receiving considerable attention over theyears. In recent studies, the commonly reported haemoparasites include Haemoproteus sp, Plasmodium sp.,Leucocytozoon, Hepatozoon and nematode microfilariae. These haemoparasites have been ...
SUBJECT: animal culture; sf600-1100; village weavers; haemoparasites; buffy coat smear
Sobhan Firouzi et al. 
Many studies have been shown the effects of light wave length on broilers performance in experimental assay, but we decided to evaluate the effects of different color lights on broiler performance, immune response and hematological parameters in filed study. For this purpose, 40000 day-old broiler chickens were placed in four houses as follow: green, sunny yellow, blue and red light. All light ...
SUBJECT: light color; animal culture; sf600-1100; hematological indices; immune response
Hosnia Swafy Abdel-Mohsein et al. 
Antibiotics are used in poultry farms to enhance growth, feed efficiency and reduce diseases.Additionally, prophylactic treatment is common during periods of stress. Tetracyclines are themost commonly used antimicrobials in food-producing animals. In Egypt veterinary antibiotics areeasily accessible with the increased intensive poultry production therefore, this study wasconducted to estimate ...
SUBJECT: animal culture; oxytetracycline; sf600-1100; antibiotics; residue
P.K. Pathak et al. 
Livestock and poultry rearing is an imperative factor for improving the nutritional security of ruralpoor in India. Rural farmers rear Desi type chicken with low egg and meat production in backyardsystem. For developing the rural poultry farming, improved backyard poultry likeVanaraja/Gramapriya birds rearing is of utmost important. These improved birds can rear in bothintensive and free rangi ...
SUBJECT: animal culture; rural; sf600-1100; gramapriya; vanaraja
Laxmee Phagoo et al. 
The increased prevalence of Salmonella contamination in poultry has gained considerablescientific attention during the last few decades. Poultry is one of the most common reservoirs ofSalmonella and contamination of poultry products can occur during the different stages of poultryproduction. The purpose of the study was to determine the prevalence of antibiotic resistantSalmonella in poultry a ...
SUBJECT: resistance; animal culture; sf600-1100; pattern; salmonella
Effect of Ventilation and Atmospheric Ammonia on the Health and Performance of Broiler Chickens in Summer
Nadir Alloui et al. 
This study was carried out during summer season on two broiler buildings with a capacity of10000 each one. The first building with natural ventilation while the second was recentlyrenovated with dynamic ventilation system composed of 10 ventilators with a capacity of 5000m3/hour/unit. The results of this experiment showed that ammonia concentration was higher in thebuilding with natural ventil ...
SUBJECT: animal culture; sf600-1100; production performances; ventilation; health
A. El Allaoui et al. 
The present study was conducted to determine the prevalence and the serotypes involved thevirulence gene (InvA and SpvC) of Salmonella isolates recovered from the raw meat and giblets(liver and gizzard) of the turkey in various outlets in the Moroccan market. From November 2011to November 2012 a total of 192 samples of turkey meat (included 48 breasts, 48 legs, 48 gizzardsand 48 livers) were c ...
SUBJECT: meknès; animal culture; sf600-1100; salmonella; inva
J.C. Morek et al. 
The egg industry has grown significantly over time, thus leading to the country becoming selfsufficientin table egg production. Currently, the per capita consumption of eggs in Botswana isestimated to be about 62 eggs per person per year. The five major egg producing districts areSouth-East, Kgatleng, Francistown, Selebi Phikwe and Kweneng with South East being the largestproducer of eggs in t ...
SUBJECT: egg production; animal culture; sf600-1100; commercial sector; per capita consumption
Prevalence and Aetiology of Poultry Coccidiosis and Associated Risk Factors in White Leghorn Grower Chickens at Kombolcha Poultry Farm, Ethiopia
Abadi Amare et al. 
A study was conducted from October 2009 and March 2010 with the objective of determining theprevalence of poultry coccidiosis and identifying the species of Eimeria at Kombolcha poultryfarm. A total of 638 dead White leghorn chickens of age 1 to 60 days were examined on postmortem, mucosal scraping examination, examination of gross and histopathological changes, andidentification of Eimeria sp ...
SUBJECT: animal culture; sf600-1100; prevalence; eimeria; poultry
Phenotypic Characteristics of Pasteurella Multocida Isolated From Commercial Chickens Affected By Fowl Cholera in Jos, Nigeria
Dashe Yakubu et al. 
This study was conducted to isolate and study the phenotypic characteristics Pasteurellamultocida organism recovered from commercial chicken with cases of fowl cholera in Jos,Nigeria. A total of 2000 samples consisting of bone marrow, heart, liver, lung and spleen (400each) were collected from 400 clinically sick chickens for the isolation of P. multocida. Swabfrom each sample was cultured on ...
SUBJECT: animal culture; sf600-1100; characteristics; chickens; pasteurella