Category Archive : Livestock library

VIOLENCE MASK CAUSES DAIRY LOSS (MMA Syndrome – Episode 1)

MMA syndrome is a set of symptoms of diseases: mastitis (MASTITIS), metritis (METRITIS) and loss of milk (AGALACTIA).

SYMPTOM

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HELPFUL INFORMATION ABOUT PIGS – YOU MAY NOT KNOW

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7 COMMON DISEASES IN SWEET WATER FISHES

Freshwater fish farming often encounters a number of diseases that are difficult to detect and treat, affecting economic efficiency. If the management of water and food is not well managed, fish diseases can easily arise, leading to mass deaths of diseases. Below are the common diseases and how to prevent and treat in freshwater fish.

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LIVESTOCK, POULTRY AND POULTRY IN THE SUMMER

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?

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PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF SWEETS BEFORE AND AFTER SICKNESS

Sow raising has always been a topic that many people care about and focus on. The success of sow production is crucial to the productivity and profitability of each farm, and it also depends on many different factors from breed, technology, and conditions of foster care. Prevention and management of pathogens … Below are some common diseases in sows before and after giving birth.

Mastitis (Mastitis)

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INFLUTS OF SHRIMP AND SHRIMP DISEASE

The study concluded that P. damselae: “KPD is the causative agent of myonecrosis and hepatopancreatic necrosis, representing a threat in hatcheries in India”.
A summary of a study published in Aquaculture International said, this is the first report of Bacterial myonecrosis and Hepatopancreatic necrosis in broodstock (Litopenaeus vannamei) due to caused by bacteria. Of the 400 individuals examined at shrimp hatcheries in India, 34 exhibited myonecrosis and hepatopancreatic necrosis, previously reported conditions due to bacterial, fungal, parasitic and viral infections. Outward signs of infection include passive swimming, anorexia, and cloudy abdominal muscles with extensive white discoloration of the distal abdomen and posterior appendages. Visually surgical visual examination revealed atrophic hepatopancreas, empty stomach and middle intestine. Histopathological studies show reddening of muscle lesions consisting of coagulant necrosis and water necrosis of striated muscle fibers, often edema. The hepatopancreas has necrotic symptoms such as a structural disruption of the cavity and the diffuse tubular epithelial cells over the necrotic muscle epithelial cells. The gills in infected shrimp are disordered, tiny filaments are absorbed by the inflammation due to red blood cells. RT-PCR analysis using primers as recommended by the OIE and additional primers that have been used in previous studies showed that there is no IMN virus or other emerging pathogens such as MrNV, PvNV, etc. WSSV, IHHNV, TSV, YHV, AHPND and EHP. Based on the above negative results, microbiological tests were conducted. The predominant yellow capture colonies were isolated on TCBS agar and identified as Photobacterium damselae subsp. damselae KPD. Infection by injection method P. damselae KPD has proven that this is a pathogen that has infected with L. vannamei parents.

How to prevent and treat diseases
Cleaning pond clean, dredging sludge and drying pond bottom before putting in nursery.
The stocking density should not be too thick to ensure enough oxygen.
Use aerators to promptly supplement the pond.
Combined with APC-YUCCA with a dose of 500g / 1000m3 of water.

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