Like other animals living on the ground, birds also suffer from a variety of diseases. Newcastle disease is one of the common diseases of birds that is widely seen among them. This viral disease affects the respiratory, digestive and nerve systems of birds. Newcastle was first identified in 1926 in Newcastle, England, and in Iran in 1929.
This viral disease is particularly visible amongst industrially and densely birdy birds. They must be vaccinated to avoid Newcastle disease broiler chickens.
Like other animals living on the ground, birds also suffer from a variety of diseases. Newcastle is a common disease of birds that is widely observed among them. This viral disease affects the respiratory, digestive and nerve systems of birds. Newcastle was first identified in 1926 in Newcastle, England, and in Iran in 1929.
Newcastle is among the birds with various respiratory, digestive and nervous symptoms. These symptoms vary depending on the age, species and health of the birds.
Respiratory effects: Newcastle disease with breathing difficulties and coughing affects the respiratory system.
Nervous effects: Newcastle disease has a depressed state and is unconscious. Falling wings and dizzying head and neck are other signs of Newcastle. The bird suffering from this disease suffers from other effects such as swirling around, trembling and swelling of the eyes and throat.
Gastrointestinal effects: Newcastle disease causes the bird to become watery and green diarrhea. It also reduces egg laying of laying birds.
The Newcastle disease virus is transmitted through food poisoning and is not likely to be transmitted through air breathing or aerosols. This disease does not have any cure and supportive methods such as vaccination are used to treat it.
Newcastle is a common disease between birds and humans. It can be transmitted directly from the bird to humans, or through products like bird meat.
The disease in humans has symptoms such as eye tears, insomnia and dizziness. It's interesting to know that some Newcastle Virus is used to kill cancer cells and make anti-cancer drugs. In the following article, we will refer to methods for the treatment and treatment of Newcastle disease in poultry.
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