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    Controlling Newcastle Disease in Village Chickens
    A Field Manual

    by FAO, Robyn Alders and Peter Spradbrow




    Pages: 84
    Publisher: FAO
    Edition: 2001
    Language: English

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    1.0 Introduction 4
    2.0 The importance of Newcastle disease in village
    chickens in developing countries 4
    3.0 Characteristics of Newcastle disease 6
    3.1 The clinical signs of Newcastle disease (ND) 6
    3.2 Post-mortem findings 7
    3.3 ND virus classification 8
    3.4 Epidemiology 8
    4.0 Collection and submission of samples for the
    diagnosis of Newcastle disease 10
    4.1 Tissue samples 10
    4.2 Serum samples 10
    4.2.1 Blood collection technique 10
    4.2.2 Labelling of samples 11
    4.2.3 Avoiding haemolysis of samples 11
    4.2.4 Storage of sera prior to dispatch 11
    4.3 Dispatch of samples 12
    4.4 Communication of results 12
    5.0 Control of Newcastle disease 12
    5.1 Vaccination 13
    5.1.1 Eye drop administration 14
    5.1.2 Administration via drinking water 14
    5.1.3 Administration via feed 15
    5.1.4 Administration via injection 15
    5.2 Timing of vaccinations 16
    5.3 Benefit:cost considerations 16
    5.4 Development of ND vaccination campaigns 17
    5.4.1 Situation analysis 17
    5.4.2 Preparatory phase 18
    5.4.3 Recommendations 18
    5.4.4 Implementation 18
    5.4.5 Monitoring and evaluation 18
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    5.5 Other control strategies 19
    5.6 Control measures during an outbreak 21




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