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Goiter blockage, inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract


These diseases are most often found in chickens when feeding improperly prepared feed mixtures containing films of such crops as barley and oats, as well as when feeding poorly chopped and coarsened grass. With a complete blockage of the goiter, its bloating is possible, which leads to overstretching of its walls and to paralysis of the goiter muscles. The bird loses its appetite, it becomes lethargic. Dense fodder masses are felt in the goiter, shortness of breath appears.
Inflammation of the stomach and intestines occurs after feeding poor-quality food, which leads to disruption of the digestive tract. Fiber-rich foods can worsen the situation, which, due to low digestibility, accumulate in the muscular stomach, forming a tangle, which leads to blockage of the stomach, damage to the liver and kidneys, and to the intestinal catarrh.
The main sign of gastroenteritis is a disorder with secretions of liquid droppings.
For preventive purposes, chickens and turkey poults, up to one month of age, should receive grain mixtures freed from films and spines. The total fiber content in the diets of young animals should not exceed 4-5%. The feeding regime should be observed, avoiding large breaks between feedings, otherwise the young growth will start to peck the litter material - sawdust, straw, etc.
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Goiter blockage, inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract

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