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16 Key Tips On Omphalitis In Poultry

16 Key Tips On Omphalitis In Poultry

1. Omphalitis may be defined technically as an inflammation of the navel.

2. As commonly used, the term refers to improper closure of the navel with subsequent bacterial infection (navel ill; mushy chick disease).

3. Apparently, most problems result from mixed bacterial infections including the common coliforms and various species belonging to the genera Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Proteus, and others.

4. Omphalitis can usually be traced to faulty incubation, poor hatchery sanitation or chilling/overheating soon after hatching (such as in transit).

5. The significance of isolating one of the bacterial species mentioned above is complicated in that many of the same species can be isolated from the yolks of supposedly normal birds immediately after hatching.

6. Omphalitis occurs during the first few days of life, so it cannot be considered transmissible from bird to bird.

7. It is transmitted from unsanitary equipment in the hatchery to newly hatched birds having unhealed navels.

8. Affected chicks usually appear drowsy or droopy with the down being "puffed up".

9. They also generally appear to be of inferior quality and show a lack of uniformity.

10. Many individuals stand near the heat source and are indifferent to feed or water.

11. Diarrhea sometimes occurs. Mortality usually begins within 24 hours and peaks by five to seven days.

12. Characteristic lesions are poorly healed navels, subcutaneous edema, bluish color of the abdominal muscles around the navel and unabsorbed yolk material that often has a putrid odor. Often yolks are ruptured and peritonitis is common.

13. A tentative diagnosis can be made on the basis of history and lesions.

14. The presence of mixed bacterial infections and absence of any specific disease- producing agent is used for confirming the diagnosis.

15. Good management and sanitation procedures in the hatchery and during the first few days following hatching are the only sure ways to prevent omphalitis.

16. Broad spectrum antibiotics help reduce mortality and stunting in affected groups, but they do not replace sanitation.

Contributed by MSU, USA

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