Coccidiosis In Chickens

Coccidiosis In Chickens: Transmission, Diagnosis, and Treatment

by Maurice Pitesky | Chicken Whisperer

As a poultry owner, understanding common diseases is an essential tool to prevent and treat outbreaks. Avian intestinal coccidiosis is a common protozoal gastrointestinal (GI) parasite that primarily affects young chickens. Clinical signs include mucus-like or bloody diarrhea, dehydration, anemia, listlessness, ruffled feathers, stunted growth, and death… CONTINUE READING

Author: amy elizabeth

Writer, Author, Artist, Chicken Keeping Resource Blogger

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