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natural antivirus broiler medicine for poultry

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Anthelmintic drugs: Including coccidian drugs and ectoparasite drugs. Deworming medicine is one of the essential medicines in every chicken farm. Coccidia medicine is more common in those below 90 days of age for prevention. Currently, there are diclazuril and sulfachlorperazine sodium on the market. The internal and external parasites are represented by albendazole and ivermectin. It is mostly used for deworming chickens at 60-day and 120-day-old chickens.


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B-HERB ORAL
Immunity Booster & Antivirus Agent
Pure Herb Extract Solution

COMPOSITION:
Honeysuckle Flower Extract, (Chlorogenic acid ≥18mg/mL)
Radix Scutellariae Extract (Baicaline≥1.7mg/mL)
Solvents upto 1mL

lNDICATIONS:
It is used for promote immune organs growth, strengthen the immune effect and prevent of vaccination stress.
Prevent and treatment virus / bacterial mixed infection diseases, especially during high-incidence season of virus and bacterial diseases mixed infection, like influenza, newcastle disease, infectious bronchitis, gram bacteria etc.

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:
For Oral Administration
Poultry, Turkey:1ml per 750-1000ml of drinking water for 3-5 days
Double dosage for serious condition.
Note: Please shake well before use.

WITHDRAW PERIOD: None

STORAGE: Store in dry & cool place, 5-25 ℃. Store in closed packing.

PACKING: 250 ml , 500ml 1000 ml / plastic bottle

VALIDITY: 2 years

What are the commonly used medicines necessary for poultry breeding?

1. Anthelmintic drugs: Including coccidian drugs and ectoparasite drugs. Deworming medicine is one of the essential medicines in every chicken farm. Coccidia medicine is more common in those below 90 days of age for prevention. Currently, there are diclazuril and sulfachlorperazine sodium on the market. The internal and external parasites are represented by albendazole and ivermectin. It is mostly used for deworming chickens at 60-day and 120-day-old chickens.
2. Anti-stress drugs: chickens will experience stress during transfer, weather mutations, and vaccine immunization. Commonly used stress drugs are multi-dimensional, vc, glucose, etc.
3. Mildew-repellent agents: The use of mildew-repellent agents has risen from the previous optional drugs to essential drugs in the current process of raising chickens. The planting of genetically modified maize in China and the rainy season when the maize is harvested have made maize moldy very common.

What medicines are needed for poultry breeding?
Antimicrobial drugs: commonly used such as penicillin, streptomycin, ampicillin, erythromycin, gentamicin, kanamycin, chloramphenicol, sulfonamides, tetracyclines and fluoroquinolones.
① Gao Li Mi Xian and Qian Li Mi Xian contain 5% erythromycin; Qin Li Bao and Bacterial Bacteria are gentamicin.
②Baijiejing and Dijunjing are mostly sulfonamides combined with synergists.
③Norfloxacin, ciprofloxacin, enrofloxacin, and ofloxacin are all fluoroquinolones.
Antiviral drugs: Except for Virus and Morpholinoguanidine Hydrochloride, some Chinese herbal medicines are more effective.
Anticoccidial medicine: Coccidia powder, Dijunjing, Antiball liquid, etc.

The regular medicines and usage of chicken professional households
At present, in addition to disinfectants, most of the prevention and treatment of chicken diseases are antibiotics, sulfonamides, and furan drugs. These drugs are used in large quantities for a long time, which not only causes waste, but also produces drug resistance and reduces antibacterial effects. Therefore, professional chicken farmers should choose medicines for symptoms, and the dosage must be accurate. If the effect is not significant after a course of treatment, other drugs should be used immediately, or combined drugs can be considered according to the condition, taking oral and injection at the same time.

Oxytetracycline is a broad-spectrum antibiotic, which has a good preventive effect on chickens suffering from infectious bronchitis, infectious laryngotracheitis, pullorum, colibacillosis, paratyphoid fever, and infectious osteoarthritis. The general dosage is 0.2%, mixed into the feed and taken orally for 5 to 7 days.

Penicillin has an antibacterial effect on a variety of Gram-positive bacteria. This medicine is often used to prevent and treat chicken pullorum, paratyphoid fever, infectious osteoarthritis, coccidiosis, etc. 2000 International Units to 3000 International Units per chicken, add it to drinking water for 3 to 5 days, or intramuscular injection, 50,000 International Units per chicken. If the drinking method is adopted, the chicken must be consumed within 2 hours, otherwise it will easily fail.

Streptomycin is effective against Mycobacterium tuberculosis and a variety of Gram-negative bacilli. It is used for the prevention and treatment of chicken tuberculosis, cholera, rhinitis, mycoplasmosis and colibacillosis. Mix it in drinking water at 0.1%~0.2%, use it for 3 to 5 days, and use it now.

Chloramphenicol is a broad-spectrum antibacterial drug, and its effect on positive cocci is not as good as penicillin and oxytetracycline. For the prevention and treatment of chicken typhoid fever, pullorum, and paratyphoid fever, it is taken orally at a dose of 0.1 grams per kilogram of body weight, 3 times a day; intramuscular injection of 20 mg to 50 mg per kilogram of body weight, 2 times a day.

Tylosin has a broad antibacterial spectrum and is particularly effective for mycoplasma. 0.5g of tylosin can be added per liter of water during application. Because of its low toxicity, it can be applied continuously until the disease is eliminated. Inject 25 mg per kilogram of body weight intramuscularly, twice a day.

Sulfonamides are broad-spectrum antibacterial drugs. Among them, sulfamethazine and sulfa-6-methoxine are effective in preventing and treating coccidia, cholera, pullorum, typhoid fever, paratyphoid fever, and infectious rhinitis. Usage: Stir sulfamethazine into the material at 0.5% and take it orally. It can be added to drinking water at a concentration of 0.1% to 0.2% for 3 to 4 days.

The antibacterial synergist trimethoprim and ditrimethoprim have the same antibacterial effect as sulfonamide drugs, and the effect is stronger. The combined application of the two has more obvious antibacterial effect. Generally, it is used together with sulfa in a ratio of 1:5, and the total daily use is 20 mg to 25 mg per kilogram of body weight. It is mixed into feed and taken orally, twice a day. For example, synergistic sulfa-6-methoxypyrimidine tablets are mixed into the feed at a dose of 20 to 25 grams per kilogram of body weight for oral administration, and taken twice a day.

Bacteria-promoting tablets are used to treat pullorum and colibacillosis. They are added to feed at a dose of 0.25 grams per kilogram of body weight and taken once a day.

Sulfachloropyridine is added to drinking water at a dose of 0.03% for 3 days to prevent and control fulminant chicken coccidiosis.

Furan drugs are used to prevent and treat coccidiosis. Because of their high toxicity, especially chicks are more sensitive to nitrofurazone, they should be used sparingly. 1. Furazolidone, add to feed at a rate of 0.04% orally for 5 to 7 days. Because the drug is prone to drug resistance, it should not be used in combination. 2. Qiuliling can be added to feed at a dose of 0.0125%, or it can be added to drinking water at a dose of 0.015% for 5-7 days. Coccidia can develop resistance to the drug.

Amprolium is used to control coccidiosis. Add to feed at 0.0125%~0.024% for 7 days. At the same time, it should be noted that the content of vitamin B1 in the diet cannot be increased, otherwise it will reduce the anti-coccidial effect of the drug.

Chlorphenidine is used to control coccidia. It is added to feed at a dose of 0.0033% for 5 to 7 days.

Levamisole is used to repel roundworms and is taken orally in feed at a dose of 0.4 mg per kilogram of body weight.

Niclosamide repels insects and is taken by adding 40 mg to 50 mg per kilogram of body weight to feed.

Treat chicken lice by spraying 5% DDT to treat chicken lice; spray 0.1% trichlorfon to treat chicken lice, which is very toxic to chickens and should be used with caution; add 5% deltamethrin with water 300 to 400 times and spray the chicken house. The total amount is 50 to 60 ml per square meter, which can prevent and control chicken lice with high efficiency and low toxicity.

External disinfectant
① 2%~5% Lysuer is used for disinfection of chicken coops, utensils, and excrement.
② 20% formalin is used for environmental disinfection, 30 ml of formalin and 15 g of potassium permanganate are commonly used per cubic meter of space, fumigation and disinfection for 2 hours.
③ 0.02% potassium permanganate is used for disinfection of utensils and environment.
④ Quicklime is mixed with 10%-20% lime milk for environmental disinfection.


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