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Key Conditions / Poultry  

 
> Ranikhet disease
> laryngotracheitis
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Bursal Disease(IBD)
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Bronchitis (IB)
> Marek’s disease (MD)
> Fowl Pox
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Chicken anaemia virus (CAV)
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Chronic Respiratory
> Coccidiosis
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Infectious Coryza
> Salmonellosis
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Necrotic Enteritis
> Yolk Sac Infection
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Colibacillosis
> Fowl Typhoid
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Fowl Cholera
> Wing Rot
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Tapeworms/Cestodes
> Roundworm/Nematodes
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Vitamin E Deficiency
> Vitamin B Deficiencies
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Vitamin A Deficiency
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Visceral Gout
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FLKS
> FLHS
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Ascites
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Prolapse of oviduct
> Broken eggs
 
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The existence of man on the surface of the earth has long been largely dependent upon the animal life existing beside him. It is evident that man became more and more dependent upon animals and animal products with each succeeding step in his advancing civilization. The animal life contributes to the existence and well being of man in terms of food, clothing, power and recreation.

Frequently animals suffer from diseases. Animal diseases are of great concern to human for several reasons. Diseases can reduce the productivity of the animals such as dairy cows and poultry, affect the economic well being of many industries and some animal diseases can be transmitted to human population. Prevention and control of diseases and other ailments needs scientific knowledge based approach.

The Neospark’s ability to research and develop new and innovative products and deliver them to market place is highly respected in the field. Neospark is one of the successful companies in Animal Health industry and is recognized for its work in the productions of unique veterinary Pharmaceutical formulations, Feed Supplements and premixes and several other new products developed to prevent and treat animal diseases.

Around the country, well trained technical, marketing and sales group personnel of Neospark works very closely with customers and provide the required knowledge and details and equip them to fight the ever present scourge of disease and to understand the processes of infectious diseases and from that knowledge, improve the efficiency and sustainability of livestock farming, enhance animal welfare and protect the environment.

Aquaculture is concerned with ‘the propagation and rearing of aquatic organisms under complete human control involving manipulation of atleast one stage of an aquatic organism's life before harvest, in order to increase its production’. Fishery catches from the marine environment have been steadily declining in many parts of the world due to over-exploitation and pollution, causing the people to turn towards aquaculture to improve the food production and to contribute for economic development.

During the past 20 years, aquaculture industry has been growing tremendously, especially that of marine fish, shrimps and bivalves in addition to freshwater fishes and prawn. Penaeid shrimps are among the most important and extensively cultured crustaceans in the world (> 60 countries). In general global aquaculture, in particular India, has made encouraging progress in the past two decades producing significant quantities of food, income and employment. Aquaculture, particularly, tiger shrimp Penaeus monodon culture, has extensively been practiced all along coastal regions of India followed by giant fresh water prawn Macrobrachium rosengergii and many fish species in freshwater regions. Increased production is being achieved by expansion of culture areas and the use of modern techniques. But, this development of aquaculture has led not only to severe disease problems but also alteration of the quality of our natural habitats through increased effluent discharges from aquaculture systems, which contain high quantities of hither-to-non-existent materials of both organic and inorganic forms.

Disease outbreaks are being increasingly recognized as a significant constraint to aquaculture production, trade and are affecting economic development of the sector in many countries of the world. Disease is now considered to be the most limiting factor in the shrimp and scampi culture sub-sector.
     
 

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