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How to Treat Fowlpox (Paano Gamutin ang Bulutong ng Manok)

How to Treat Fowlpox (Paano Gamutin ang Bulutong ng Manok)

Chickens
Fowlpox (bulutong sa manok (Tagalog), buti or boti sang manok (Ilonggo))is a virus affecting many chickens and can be deadly if not treated immediately. Experts say there is no cure yet but here in the Philippines, there is an over-the-counter poultry drug that can be used to treat this deadly virus. Fowlpox affects not only chickens but also other domesticated birds like ducks, turkeys, and even doves. How to Prevent Chickens from Having Fowlpox Although the most effective way to prevent your chickens from contracting fowlpox is through vaccination, having your chicken inside the chicken house is the best way possible. But if you can afford it, go to your nearest poultry supply and ask for a fowlpox vaccine.  See vaccination guide. For more than two years, none of our chickens go...
Thymol Fowl-Poxvet: The Best Fowlpox Medicine

Thymol Fowl-Poxvet: The Best Fowlpox Medicine

Chickens
Disclaimer: This post is not sponsored by  Thymol Fowl-Poxvet or any other drug and pharmaceutical company. We write and/or accept contributed articles based on personal experiences. Last Sunday, November 15, our farm caretaker called and told me that one of our Dominant Blue hens has severe fowlpox (bulutong sa manok) on her nose and her left eye has already closed. I even asked Joseph, our caretaker, why he is only telling me now. He said he did not notice because the infection was so fast that it wasn’t noticeable in the past couple of days. Usually, we do not use drugs. We always use raw shrimp as our main treatment but because of the weather condition, there is no available prawn or shrimp in our local market. I don’t want to let another day passed so I asked our local poultr...