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PostPosted: Fri Sep 23, 2011 5:52 pm 
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Wonderful brother, Abu Omar Mohammed Alvhmawi
You are wonderful, thoughtful and useful
But what do you think if your subject is divided to several parts and more depth and explanation is applied to each part?
And that focus and apply interest to everybody, especially amateur breeders
I thank you and waiting for your wonderful posts
I hope that the intent is clear because my English is weak :mrgreen:
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 24, 2011 9:41 am 
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Alsalam alaikom wa rahmat alaah taala wa barkath - Hi all

My dear brother Abu Suhaib
A follow-up thanks to the useful
Valuable information on the breeder and to beware of these killer diseases
I hope that the intent is clear because my English is weak :mrgreen:
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Hey Abu Aljoud, our handsome member. Good to see you back with your nice participation. Your suggestion to brother Mohammed is so good. Yes if it is possible for you brother Mohammed to put each subtopic as a main topic and give more explanations that would be good, and sure, that depends on your time, no rush.

Abu Aljoud, The author of this topic recommended culling the parents that produce chicks with black spot as a solution for this problem. So, I think yes it is a heritable disease and transmitted from parents to to chicks if it is not heritable, for sure the parents have a role in transmitting it to chicks and in either way, cull the parents.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 24, 2011 9:45 am 
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My dear brother Mohammed Alvhmawi - Abu Omar
A thousand thanks for your follow-up useful
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I hope that the intent is clear because my English is weak :mrgreen:
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 29, 2011 5:07 pm 
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Really I am enjoying reading the threads and the discussion.
Many cases of the black spot were treated successfully with antibiotics for example the cefuroxime.
The drug was given for both the male and female and it was gone.
Even if it is a virus the antibiotic treatment is necessary for the secondary bacterial infections complications also.



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PostPosted: Sat Oct 01, 2011 2:46 pm 
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Our teacher Abu Rami, my dear brother Thank you

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 14, 2011 5:09 pm 
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Thanks for the nice addition about the black spot disease, treating the secondary infection of the viral disease has so much importance in the way of curing.
Thanks Mr. Abu-seir



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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2011 9:21 pm 

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Hi Mr. Mohammed Alvhmawi, your post is very interesting indeed.
In addition to the problem 7-8, I would like to answer to Mr. Werner’s question about a “Black Spot”.
This disease is commonly known as “Black spot”, its name is “Atoxoplasmosis” and it may be a parasitic disease caused by species of the coccidian protozoan “Atoxoplasma”, a host-specific parasite. The “Atoxoplasma serini”, is the species found in canaries.

If you write the following (http://www.vet.uga.edu/VPP/clerk/Sheridan/index.php)
in your navigator it will take you to a very interesting page about this disease.

I hope it will help you, good luck with your birds
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2011 6:52 am 
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Mr. Aliskander
Thank you for providing us with this site about the black spot disease.
I have something to say if you do not mind.
The site is talking about a symptoms that appear on birds after fledglings, which means after they are old enough to leave the nest. This disease is characterized by a black spot due to hepatic or liver enlargement.
The black spot that we are talking about occurs in hatching birds within the first few days of their lives, and from what I read it is a viral disease that causes the gallbladder to enlarge.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2011 2:56 pm 

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Thank you Mr. Abu Suhaib for your explanation, I’m sorry about the misunderstood.

I went again to Spanish canary breeders’ forum in the internet to look for more info about this disease and what I found is basically the same you wrote on 16/SEP/2011 at 1:34pm, and what they also recommend to deal with this disease until a specific treatments are found is:

• A completely disinfestations of the aviary and all the things used with the birds.
• Provide the birds the vitamins and probiotics, to improve the birds’ defences and immunological system.
• Increase the ventilation of the aviary and reduce the number of birds per cage if it’s too crowded.
• Reduce the number of lays even do not breed that year.

Some of the breeders confirm that their birds have bred chicks with “black spot” all died before hatching or in a few days, but in next year didn’t have any problem breeding with the same birds.

And that’s all I found
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2011 6:27 pm 
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Dear Aliskander, do not worry. Thank you so much for sharing with us what you found. Really those are important things to do in case of infection.
Looking to hear more from you.
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