FAISALABAD, Pakistan (Sept. 10) – A recent research study revealed that wide-ranging protective methods needs to be implemented by poultry farmers to control a bacterial disease of intestinal tract among chicken that ended up in a sudden death of infected birds.
|Bacterial Disease, Necrotic Enteritis, Increasing in Poultry Production |
The study was conducted by poultry experts Dr Sajid Umar of the Department of Pathology, University if Veterinary and Animal Sciences and Dr Arif Mahmood, Technical Manager Sadaat International.
The study further discloses that the disease, called Necrotic Enteritis, is mostly common in broiler that can be proved dangerously fatal if left untreated. The fatality rate can touch as high as 10 percent or even more in severe cases.
At the end research suggests the possible treatment as a number of antibiotics mixed with drinking water may be helpful in curing the disease.