Raising your livestock and keeping them healthy is a challenging task. It needs a lot of hard work, dedication, patience and knowledge about your livestock. Your livestock’s health depends on factors such as feeding the animals a proper diet and regularly monitoring and isolating the sick animals form the rest of the herd. Swiftly taking action to ensure disease control and cure could mean the difference between life and death for your livestock
In this article, we are going to discuss some fatal illnesses that could be present amongst your livestock that require early detection and quick action in order to keep your animals healthy, as well as keeping the diseases from spreading to the healthy animals. It is also recommended that you notify your local animal health authorities if you suspect that your animals have any of the diseases mentioned below.
Bird flu, also known as avian influenza, is a fatal, communicative disease among many species of birds. There are two types of viruses responsible for this disease’s ability to spread and, because of this, bird flu has been categorized as low pathogenic avian influenza and highly pathogenic avian.