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help!!! please for my chicken

The problem is 580 layers (hen) of 1500 (placed in hall typed room) died suddenly with few or no prior symptoms within 7 days.
On post-mortem lesions,
we found - friable, congested liver with pin-point haemorrage
- inflammation of small intestine, spleen, gall bladder
- diluted bile juice
- no ulcer, nodules in intestinal epithelium
- respiratory tract, genitourinary tract seemed to be normal.
Our provisional diagnosis is Fowl Cholera (Acute Pasteurellosis)
Although we treated with several groups of antibiotics, Enrofloxacin, Piperofloxacin, Erythromycin, Trimethroprim, Sulfadiazine, Amoxacillin, Colistin, about 50 layers die every day.

I am looking forward your valuable advice
  Shwe Wah on 2009-01-10
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you may try veratrum Album 200C. Mix one dram in a liter of water and give a drop to each chicken every 4 hours.

Alternatively you can get Veratrum Album 1M 1 dram and mix it about 10 liters of water and feed it to the chickens. In case of 1M wait for at least 24 hours before repeating the remedy. And don't repeat it if you see considerable improvement Good luck.
csprakash last decade

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