In the rainy season, the weather has complicated changes, unpredictable changes, often storms, big floods occur, causing great economic losses and affecting agricultural production, causing epidemics. In cattle and poultry, there is a risk of outbreak and spread to a large extent.

Breeders need to actively prevent diseases for livestock and poultry in the rainy season.

Why do epidemic diseases happen in cattle and poultry during the rainy season?

In the rainy season, pathogens will follow the floodwaters to spread everywhere. The larger the flood and the larger the scale, the greater the spread of pathogens, the greater the danger. On the other hand, while there is movement of livestock, poultry that avoid the flood will carry pathogens from one place to another. The stages of care, nurturing, and cleaning and disinfection of barns are not done well, significantly reducing disease resistance in livestock, causing infectious diseases such as diarrhea, cholera, typhoid … easy to spread and break out.


In the rainy season, which diseases usually occur in livestock and poultry?

It is cholera, foot-and-mouth disease in buffaloes, cows and goats; diarrhea in piglets; Gumboro disease, Pasteurellosis, coccidiosis … in poultry, aquatic birds.


Why should proactively prevent diseases in livestock?

Proactively means applying measures when an epidemic has not yet happened, proactively attacking, destroying and preventing pathogens in the environment while applying measures to improve animal health and improve health. resist disease. When pathogens are still in the environment, they are very susceptible to destruction by external influences carried out through environmental sanitation. Once they enter the animal’s body and cause disease, the treatment cost is very expensive but the effectiveness is usually not high.

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How to proactively prevent and combat epidemics for livestock and poultry in the rainy and flood season?
First: For areas prone to risk and often flooding, it is necessary to actively elevate the barn floor or make high floors for them to live; making curtains to block rain and drafts so that cattle and poultry can stay clean.
Second: Ensure that there is always clean drinking water for livestock and poultry. There should be enough water tanks. Water should be cleaned with alum and disinfected for livestock and poultry.
Third: The animals need to be cared for, nurtured carefully, do not starve or eat salvaged foods, lack of nutrients, musty, and poor quality. Increasing the resistance of animals is the active prevention of infectious pathogens in them very effectively.
Fourth: Practice good hygiene, regularly clean barns to keep animals clean. Spray the barn and surrounding area to disinfect. Use IODINE or PROTECT to disinfect barns periodically (once a month for disease prevention, once a week during epidemic outbreaks)
When the rainy season is over, clean the cleaning, spray disinfectants, disinfect and kill infectious pathogens there.

* Handling carcasses: The most effective method is to burn dead bodies, spray insecticides or disinfectants or water kerosene on dead bodies to prevent predators and insects from entering, wait until water Withdrawing, then buried. #xulyxacvatnuoi

Fifth: Organize adequate and punctual vaccination of vaccines against diseases in livestock:
For buffaloes, cows, goats: To be vaccinated against blood-borne, foot-and-mouth disease.
For pigs: Vaccination of cholera, paratyphoid and foot-and-mouth sores.
Poultry: Need to vaccinate chicken and duck cholera …
Sixth: Recommended to limit the use of antibiotics, weight-gain stimulants … to have safe food for public health.

In summary, disease prevention for livestock and poultry in the rainy season is an important task that needs to be organized, supervised and implemented, mobilizing the strength of all communities from all levels of state management to breeders. direct. Doing so means proactively preventing and effectively preventing epidemics in livestock and poultry.

Protect cattle and poultry in flood season

The coming flood season often causes epidemics for livestock and poultry, causing great damage to the livestock industry in the Mekong Delta. In order to actively prevent epidemic diseases for livestock and poultry effectively, people need to pay attention to the following points:

For areas prone to flooding, it is necessary to proactively elevate the floor of the barn, build high floors and store enough food, make curtains, avoid rain, drafts, and full vaccination of all kinds. vaccines for livestock such as cholera, Pasteurellosis, foot-and-mouth disease …
For flooded areas, by all means must relocate cattle and poultry to highland areas, carefully shield pens, store food sufficiently and preserve food dry and free from mold. , especially do not allow cattle and poultry to drink contaminated rainwater. Need to drink water that has been alum-settled or disinfected.
In addition, disease prevention and care of livestock and poultry before, during and after the flood recedes are essential. In order to effectively prevent diseases for cattle and poultry, we must first do

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