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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2019.8(8): 2351-2357
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2019.808.272


An Investigation on the Occurrence of Pathological Conditions Affecting Broilers in Jammu
Navroze Sanhga1, Shilpa Sood1*, A.K. Taku2, Nawab Nashiruddullah1, Shafiqur Rahman1, Deep Shikha2, Satuti Sharma1 and Sankalp Sharma1
1Division of Veterinary Pathology,
2Division of Veterinary Micrbiology, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences & Animal Husbandry, SKUAST-J, RS Pura, Jammu, India
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

The present study was carried out in the Division of Veterinary Pathology, FVSC&AH, SKUAST-J R.S Pura, Jammu, to study the occurrence and mortality patterns associated with various pathological conditions in various parts of Jammu.200 flocks were surveyed in different areas in and around Jammu. Occurrence of colibacillosis (24.16%) was maximum followed by that of infectious bursal disease (IBD) (7.13%), omphalitis (6.79%), salmonellosis (5.36%). Other pathological or disease conditions found to be occurring in Jammu region were nonspecific enteritis (4.29%), coccidiosis (2.22%), haemorrhages in proven triculus (1.67%), gout (1.44%), nephro-hepatotoxicity (1.42%), ascites (1.14), fatty liver syndrome (1.03%), caseous nodules in lungs (0.75%) and non specific liver ailments (0.50%). The maximum mortality was caused by colibacillosis (8.33%) followed by IBD (5.97%), haemorrhages in proventriculus (5.52%), omphalitis (4.54%), salmonellosis (3.66%).Nonspecific enteritis (3.36%), nonspecific liver ailments (3.03%), hepatotoxicity (2.95%), caseous nodules in lungs (2.00%), coccidiosis (1.69%), ascites (1.12%), gout (0.77%) and fatty liver syndrome (0.41%) were other major pathological conditions and diseases associated with mortality. On the basis of pathomorphological studies, bacteriological studies and parasitological examination, occurrence of various pathological conditions in broiler in Jammu was determined.


Keywords: Occurrence, Mortality, Poultry, Diseases
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Navroze Sanhga, Shilpa Sood, A.K. Taku, Nawab Nashiruddullah, Shafiqur Rahman, Deep Shikha, Satuti Sharma and Sankalp Sharma. 2019. An Investigation on the Occurrence of Pathological Conditions Affecting Broilers in Jammu.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 8(8): 2351-2357. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2019.808.272