Occurrence and Control Technology of Gosling Plague

Gosling plague is an acute, septic communicable disease in goslings. Diseased goose manifests as symptoms such as mental morbidity, deprivation of food, diarrhea, and ataxia. It usually takes 3-5 days to hatch, and can spread throughout the group. Gooses after one month old do not occur.

1, symptoms. The disease can be divided into the most acute, acute, subacute three kinds of disease. (1) The most acute type: Unexplained sudden death. Most goslings occur within 1 week of age. (2) Acute type: There are symptoms such as mental morbidity, food waste, serious diarrhea, yellowish discharge or yellowish-green watery stools, and the disease course is 1-2 days. Neurological symptoms occur before dying, and most of them occur in 1-2 weeks old goslings. . (3) Sub-acute form: Occurred in geese more than 2 weeks old, with a spirit of poor, do not eat, diarrhea and other phenomena. Some gooses will heal themselves.

2, prevention and control measures. (1) The gosling plague vaccine is used twice a month before the breeder's egg is laid so that the parental antibody is contained in the breeder's egg, which results in passive immunization of the goslings. (2) If a goose is not injected with a gosling plague vaccine, a newly hatched gosling should be injected with a attenuated vaccine. For geese that have been vaccinated, attenuated vaccines are also injected as appropriate, depending on the local epidemic. (3) Prevention and treatment of sick goose and the same group of geese should be performed with highly immune anti-goose sera.

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