What egg producers need to know about infectious coryza
Learn about outbreaks, signs and susceptibility from professionals providing insight from ground zero
Infectious coryza is a bacterial disease caused by Avibacterium paragallinarum that affects chickens' respiratory systems.
“You need to know that not all of the Avibacterium are pathogenic; some of them are, in fact, normal flora,” said Sherrill Davison, DVM, avian medicine and pathology professor at Pennsylvania State University, during the…
Read the full article in Egg Industry April 2019