Newcastle disease is an infection of domestic poultry that primarily manifested as an acute respiratory disease. There are several pathotypes of Newcastle disease infection with virulent velogenic ND virus rendered the most catastrophic mortality rate. Predominant clinical signs include depression, nervous sign of torticollis and enteric sign of greenish to whitish diarrhea.
Infectious bronchitis disease is an acute, highly contagious respiratory and urogenital disease infecting chickens worldwide. This infection is caused by Infectious Bronchitis Virus (IBV) of Coronavirus genus of Coronaviridae family.
Infectious bursal disease (IBD) is a contagious disease that can manifest itself in chickens in two forms of condition which are clinical or subclinical forms. In both course of forms of IBD, immunosuppression that occurs can severely affect the overall performance of chickens causing significant reduction in weight gain and increase mortality rate due to secondary bacterial infections.
Fowl pox disease is a slow spreading viral infection of chickens characterized by proliferative nodules lesions on the skin that progress to thick scabs meanwhile, diptheritic form is represented by diptheritic lesions in the upper gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts.
Classical swine fever is a contagious, often fatal, disease of pigs clinically characterized by high antibody temperature, lethargy, yellowish diarrhea, vomiting and a purplish skin discoloration on the ears, lower abdomen and legs.