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The Significance of Healthcare Products for Livestock in Tanzania

Healthcare Products for Livestock in Tanzania Livestock farming actively contributes to Tanzania's economy by supplying food, income, and livelihoods to millions of people across the country. Moreover, ensuring the health, productivity, and welfare of livestock requires the use of healthcare products. These products specifically target the diverse health challenges faced by poultry, cattle, aquaculture,

Elevating Livestock Healthcare in Indonesia

In Indonesia's diverse agricultural landscape, livestock farming serves as a cornerstone, providing essential resources and sustenance to millions across the archipelago. Central to this thriving industry is the commitment to ensuring the health and well-being of poultry, aquaculture species, cattle, and veterinary animals. As a trusted leader in livestock healthcare, PVS Laboratories proudly serves

Avian Influenza – Poultry

Causative Agent:- It is caused by infection with avian influenza Type A viruses. Species Affected:- Avian influenza is a viral infection found in domestic poultry and a wide range of other birds. Clinical Signs Low pathogenicity strains typically cause respiratory signs. High pathogenicity strains may cause widespread organ failure and sudden, high mortality. The

Newcastle Disease in Chickens

Causative Agent:- Newcastle Disease is caused by a paramyxovirus that can vary in pathogenicity from mild to highly pathogenic. Newcastle disease virus (NDV) is a member of the superfamily Mononegavirales, genus Rubulavirus and family Paramyxoviridae, which is further classified into two subfamilies, Paramyxovirinae and Pneumovirinae. Species Affected:- Newcastle disease affects all birds of all

Infectious Coryza in Poultry – Chickens

Causative Agent:- Infectious Coryza is caused by the bacterium Haemophilus paragallinarum. Species Affected:- Chickens, Pheasants, and Guinea fowl. Clinical Signs Swelling around the face, foul smelling, thick, sticky discharge from the nostrils and eyes, laboured breathing, and rales (rattles-an abnormal breathing sound) are common clinical signs. The eyelids are irritated and may stick together. The

Infectious Bronchitis in Chickens

Causative Agent:- Infectious bronchitis is caused by avian infectious bronchitis virus (IBV), a coronavirus (Coronaviridae, Orthocoronavirinae, genus Gammacoronavirus, subgenus Igacovirus). The virus is highly variable and new serotypes and genotypes continue to appear. Species Affected:- Infectious bronchitis is a disease of chickens only. Clinical Signs The severity of bronchitis infection is influenced by the age and immune status of the

Infectious Bursal Disease in Poultry

Causative Agent:- Infectious Bursal disease is caused by the Infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV) (birnavirus), a member of Birnaviridae, genus Avibirnavirus. Species Affected:- Chickens. Clinical Signs In affected chickens greater than 3 weeks of age, there is usually a rapid onset of the disease with a sudden drop in feed and water consumption, watery droppings

Fowl Cholera – Diseases of Poultry

Causative agent: Fowl Cholera is a serious, highly contagious disease caused by the bacterium Pasteurella multocida. Species affected: Domestic Fowl Cholera of all species, primarily chickens and turkeys. Clinical Signs Fowl cholera usually strikes birds older than 6 weeks of age. In acute outbreaks, dead birds may be the first sign. Fever, reduced feed consumption, mucoid

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