Acute Fowl Cholera
Fowl cholera is contagious bacterial disease caused by Pasteurella multocida. The disease is worldwide and affects domestic birds and wild birds. The disease may have a rapid onset followed by death (acute) or may be lingering (chronic). Death usually occurs in birds over 16 weeks of age. Symptoms include fever, loss of appetite, ruffled feathers, mucous discharge from mouth, green watery diarrhea, respiratory distress, cyanosis, swelling of the comb and wattles.
Chronic Respiratory Disease (CRD)
Chronic respiratory disease is a common respiratory poultry disease in Australia. Stressed birds infected with Mycoplasma gallisepticum develop the disease as a secondary infection when exposed to coliform organisms.
Infectious laryngotracheitis (ILT)
Infectious laryngo tracheitis (ILT) is respiratory disease in birds that is caused by a virus and is highly contagious. ILT is characterized by the following symptoms: gasping, neck extension , and conjunctivitis. Other symptoms include difficulty swalling, ruffled feathers on the back of the head, squinting, and watering of the eyes
Newcastle disease virus (NDV)
atypical geflugelpest, avian distemper, avian paramyxovirus type 1 (APMV-1), avian pest, avian pneumoencephalitis, exotic newcastle disease, Korean fowl plague, pseudo-fowl pest, pseudo-poultry plague, pseudovogel-pest, Ranikhet disease, Tetelo disease
Exotic Newcastle Disease (END) is highly infectious virus that affects all species of birds. The virus is both contagious and fatal. The virus was once known as velogenic viscerotropic Newcastle disease (VVND).