Bìol. Tvarin, 2017, Volume 19, Issue 2, pp. 101–105

EPIZOOTIC SITUATION OF THE MIXED PASTEURELLOSIS AND ASCARIDOSIS DISEASE OF POULTRY IN UKRAINE FOR THE YEARS 2012–2016

M. Plys

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State Institute of crops NAAS,
14 Vernadsky str., Dnipro 49027, Ukraine, www.institut-zerna.com

The objective was to study the spread of epizootic situation of the mixed pasteurellosis and ascaridosis disease of poultry in the private sector and poultry farms of Ukraine over the period 20122016. The article presents the results of the study on the epizootic situation of the mixed pasteurellosis and ascaridosis disease in poultry farms and private sector Ukraine for 20122016. Totally 25,000 birds have been clinically surveyed. A pathological-anatomical autopsy of 2.3 thousand corpses of dead birds has been conducted.

The results of epizootic studies indicate a high infestation in poultry with the mixed pasteurellosis and ascaridosis disease. Especially this index increased in poultry (63 %). An annual increase in outbreaks of the mixed pasteurellosis and ascaridosis disease in poultry has been established. Especially, this figure has increased dramatically among poultry in the period of 2014 in average 12 %, during 2015 in average 18 %; among synanthropic birds during 2016 in average 8 % compared to data of 2012. The poultry morbidity differed depending on the species of birds, the type of breeding, conditions of the maintenance. The disease had some seasonal fluctuations. In spring and autumn the disease was recorded more frequently (up to 42 % and 34 %, respectively compared to 14 % in summer and 10 % in winter).

We have found that in private sector the incidence of birds was greater by 53 % compared to the large and 9 % compared to farm poultry farms.

Keywords: PASTEURELLOSIS AND ASCARIDOSIS MIXED DISEASE, EPIZOOTIC SITUATION, POULTRY, BACTERIA, WORMS

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