Bio-security is keeping disease off your property or not letting it off your property if you are exposed.
Fact Sheet discusses how diseases spread, basic diagnosis, signs of health and disease, parasites, and nutritional deficiencies. By: Phillip J. Clauer, when at Virginia Cooperative Extension.
Ohio State University Fact Sheet
List the most commonly encountered poultry diseases in alphabetical order. Less frequently observed diseases require consultation with a specialty disease manual. Click on the appropriate disease to see a discussion. By: Dr. Tom Smith, Mississippi State University.
BY John P. Blake, and Joseph B. Hess, both Extension Poultry Scientist in Poultry Science at Auburn University
General guidelines to reduce the risk of introduction of infectious microbes into chickens and table eggs. By: Douglas R. Kuney, Poultry Advisor, U.CA Cooperative Extension.
VERY GOOD RESOURCE. This interactive manual addresses the medical issues of companion, food, and zoo animals. This book includes discussions of etiology, transmission and pathogenesis, clinical findings and lesions, diagnosis, treatment, control, and prevention of disease entities.
To sites with great info about plants that maybe harmful.
Good step by step procedure to do a necropsy on a chicken
By: Fred Price, Extension Poultry Pathologist, University of California, Davis
Disinfecting refers to the reduction of pathogens (disease causing organisms), while sanitation refers to the quality of cleanliness. Joan S. Jeffrey Extension Poultry Veterinarian University of California.
By: Joan S. Jeffrey, DVM, MS, ACPV, Extension Poultry Specialist University of California, Cooperative Extension