Poultry farming is the maintenance and breeding of domesticated birds, such as: chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, etc. In agriculture, they keep poultry for meat and eggs, for sale or personal use.
Poultry farming contains a number of rules, nuances and subtleties of , knowledge of which will greatly facilitate the maintenance of birds.
Almost from the first days of life, chicks should be given antibiotics in order to avoid infection with viral diseases. Enroxil is widely used in veterinary medicine, detailed instructions for use of which are given below.
ContentsEnroxil - is one of the most common drugs that are used for the treatment of infectious diseases in birds :
- Salmonellosis is a dangerous infectious disease of poultry. The causative agent of the disease is salmonella bacillus. Treatment of this disease with enroxil is 5 days.
- Koligranulomatosis is an infectious disease that is caused by gram-positive E. coli. The disease affects all the internal organs of the bird and can lead to death. Enroxil 10% should be used as a general therapy with other drugs.
- Infectious sinusitis - also known as viral hepatitis, mainly affects youngsters up to 30 days of life. For treatment, Enroxil 5% is used for oral administration for 3 days.
- Bronchitis is a highly contagious disease characterized by lesions of the respiratory organs in young birds.
- Hemophilusis is an acute infectious disease characterized by inflammation of the respiratory organs. Since this disease is very contagious it is worth isolating sick birds from healthy ones. Treatment involves the use of enroxil for 4 days.
- Pasteurellosis is an infectious contagious disease that occurs in an acute or subacute form. The causative agent of the disease is Pasteurella bacterium. Chicks aged 2-3 months are most susceptible. Birds who have fallen ill recently are treated with Enroxil 10% for 6 days.
How to use for chicks, instruction
For birds up to 4 weeks of age , use 5 milliliters of the preparation per 10 liters of water. Juveniles are roasted with a solution for about 3 days as a disease prevention. For serious infections, the drug is used at a higher dosage, 3 milliliters per 5 liters and prolongs the course to 5–6 days.
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broiler chickens The chicks have a very weak digestive system due to lack of acidity. As chickens grow rapidly, they develop a deficiency of the necessary enzymes for proper life activity. Antibiotics can help avoid the many dangerous infectious diseases of , which broilers are more susceptible to than other poultry. To strengthen the immune system and prevent the development of diseases, is prescribed Enroxil 5% for chickens from the first days of life. The drug is diluted in water, at the rate of 1 milliliter per 1 liter. In order to prevent the course lasts no more than 3 days.
Geese have the strongest immunity, unlike many domestic birds. But even good health can not protect chicks from serious infections. For the prevention of infectious diseases to goslings at the age of 2 days Enroxil is added to the water 5% at the rate of 2 milliliters per 4 liters. Course time is designed for 3 days. For the treatment of infectious diseases using a double dosage of the drug. The course of treatment should not be more than 7 days.
Enroxil is used for poults from 5 days old to strengthen the immune system and reduce the risk of infection with infectious diseases. For the prevention of diseases of domestic poults in the first 5–8 days of life, Enroxil is added to the water in 5% dosage of 1 milliliter per 2 liters of water. Change the water with a solution every day .Such prevention should last no more than 3 days. For infectious diseases use Enroxil 10% at the rate of 5 milliliters per 6 liters of water.
Application for adult birds
For birds older than 4 weeks of age dilute 10 milliliters of the drug per 10 liters of water. For complex treatment of diseases, use 1 milliliter of solution per 1, 5 kg of animal mass. Every day should prepare a new solution.
When used at the recommended dosage , the drug has virtually no side effects or complications .Only in some cases, with individual intolerance, complications are observed in the form of allergies or disorders of the gastrointestinal tract and appetite. For any complications should immediately stop using the drug.
Veterinarians do not recommend the use of the drug to animals that are sensitive to the components of the drug. The use of laying hens, dairy cows, and pregnant animals is not recommended. Incompatible with drugs such as :
- Antibiotics of the macrolide family.
Pharmacological properties in veterinary
Enroxil, is a drug for oral administration. Synthetic antibiotic containing enrofloxacin as an active ingredient. The composition of the medicine also includes excipients, such as:
- potassium hydroxide
- benzyl alcohol.
It looks like a transparent yellow liquid. Enrofloxacin, which is the active ingredient in Enroxil, belongs to the Phytochthinol subgroup. The tool destroys a number of microorganisms that cause persistent bacterial diseases.
Enroxil is effective in the treatment of , as well as the prevention of diseases whose causative agents are sensitive to enrofloxacin. Enroksil is prescribed for broiler chickens, young hens and turkeys.
Effectively fights against diseases caused by bacteria such as:
The main effect of the drug is aimed at suppressing bacterial DNA replication .
Enroxil enters the blood through the gastrointestinal tract, and from there it spreads throughout the body. Refers to soft drugs, the use of which for therapeutic purposes does not harm the body.
In the process of growing birds, it is very important to pay special attention to health and the formation of immunity.
Infectious diseases of birds are very dangerous .If time does not pay attention to the sick bird, then the whole brood can get sick. Infection is easier to prevent than to cure. To do this, it is worthwhile to carry out prevention with special preparations in a timely manner. Enroxil is used as a treatment and prevention of diseases caused by pathogenic bacteria, as well as for the treatment of many infectious diseases in birds.