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    up na rin ako, marami na pala ang tropang talakayan,,,...

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    Quote Originally Posted by xzkiel
    A 10 dance lang...... PRESENT PO.. GUD DAY SA LAHAT NG MGA KATALAKAYAN....

    BOSS XO.. OK NA YUNG IKINUNSULTA KO SAYONG MANOK NA MAY SAKIT.. SALAMTA SA MGA TIPS... AT SA LAHAT NG SUMAGOT...


    PEACE......
    Ikinagagalak namin pre, anytime

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    I got this from one of article that i read, dagdag kaalaman sa atin


    Function of iodine
    What does it do?
    Iodine is necessary for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland and the production of thyroid hormones. Thyroid hormones regulate the rate of metabolism in the body and play an important role in normal growth. Iodine is found in fish and iodized salt (salt with iodine added). Commercial feed supplement iodine by adding potassium iodide, potassium iodinate, sodium iodide, or calcium iodinate. Iodine occurs dependably only in seafood and seaweed. Plants contain iodine if they are grown on iodine-rich soil; dairy products contain it if the cows were fed with these kind of plants. Iodine is necessary for normal physical and mental growth & development, as well as for proper lactation and reproduction. Iodine aids in the development and functioning of the thyroid gland, controls the production of energy, and helps burn excess fat by stimulating the metabolism. Be aware that a well-functioning thyroid gland is essential to the proper mental development and the condition of feathers & skin. Additionally, an iodine deficiency causes a enlarged thyroid gland, slow mental reaction, poor feather condition, weight gain, and/or loss of physical & mental vigor.

    Function of Iron
    What does it do?
    Iron is part of hemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying component of the blood. Iron deficient birds tire easily because their bodies are starved for oxygen. Iron is also part of myoglobin, which helps muscle cells store oxygen. Without enough iron, ATP (the fuel the body runs on) cannot be properly synthesized. As a result, some iron-deficient birds become fatigued even when their hemoglobin levels are normal The bloodstream is the body's life support system that nourishes every cell. Within each red blood cell is a substance called hemoglobin, whose duty is to supply the cells with oxygen, the foremost need of the body. Without adequate levels of hemoglobin, the red blood cells are not able to carry the essential oxygen that the cells need for metabolic processes. This is called Anemia Anemia occurs when your blood doesn't have enough hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is a protein in red blood cells that carry oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. A common cause of anemia is not having enough iron. (Your body needs iron to make hemoglobin.)

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    heto pa

    Function of B12
    Vitamin B12 is crucial for a healthy nervous system, and a chronic lack can eventually cause neurological symptoms. Deficiency is rare but may lead to abnormally enlarged red blood cells. It is commonly but inaccurately believed that animal foods are the only source. In fact, active B12 is thought to be unique among vitamins in being made only by bacteria. The B12 found in meat, eggs and dairy milk derives from the activity of bacteria living within the animals. Prolonged cooking, including boiling of cow's milk, destroys B12. Most cases of B12 deficiency occurs frequently and is due to a lack of intrinsic factor (a protein which is produced in the stomach and which carries the B12 into the bloodstream), without which little of the vitamin can be absorbed. This type of deficiency can cause small bowel disorders, and effects of some parasitic infections.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xo_kulit
    I got this from one of article that i read, dagdag kaalaman sa atin


    Function of iodine
    What does it do?
    Iodine is necessary for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland and the production of thyroid hormones. Thyroid hormones regulate the rate of metabolism in the body and play an important role in normal growth. Iodine is found in fish and iodized salt (salt with iodine added). Commercial feed supplement iodine by adding potassium iodide, potassium iodinate, sodium iodide, or calcium iodinate. Iodine occurs dependably only in seafood and seaweed. Plants contain iodine if they are grown on iodine-rich soil; dairy products contain it if the cows were fed with these kind of plants. Iodine is necessary for normal physical and mental growth & development, as well as for proper lactation and reproduction. Iodine aids in the development and functioning of the thyroid gland, controls the production of energy, and helps burn excess fat by stimulating the metabolism. Be aware that a well-functioning thyroid gland is essential to the proper mental development and the condition of feathers & skin. Additionally, an iodine deficiency causes a enlarged thyroid gland, slow mental reaction, poor feather condition, weight gain, and/or loss of physical & mental vigor.

    Function of Iron
    What does it do?
    Iron is part of hemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying component of the blood. Iron deficient birds tire easily because their bodies are starved for oxygen. Iron is also part of myoglobin, which helps muscle cells store oxygen. Without enough iron, ATP (the fuel the body runs on) cannot be properly synthesized. As a result, some iron-deficient birds become fatigued even when their hemoglobin levels are normal The bloodstream is the body's life support system that nourishes every cell. Within each red blood cell is a substance called hemoglobin, whose duty is to supply the cells with oxygen, the foremost need of the body. Without adequate levels of hemoglobin, the red blood cells are not able to carry the essential oxygen that the cells need for metabolic processes. This is called Anemia Anemia occurs when your blood doesn't have enough hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is a protein in red blood cells that carry oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. A common cause of anemia is not having enough iron. (Your body needs iron to make hemoglobin.)
    very good info keep it up!!!

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    good day sa lahat makikibasa lang sa mga talakayan nyo marami ang matututo sa mga bagito magmamanok na katulad ko thank you mga sir sa mga post nyo. taas ko na rin baka may gusto pang mag post ng nalalaman sa pagmamanok
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    Good morning mga kasabong. Nice Info sir xo_kulit.

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    good morning mga kasabong..up ko rin para makapulot ng tip sa mga baguhan na tulad ko..

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    Sir Henry, sir Jun or anybody ho sa tropa talakayan, may tanong ako, May manok yng pinsan ko na para i iling iling papunta lagi sa kanan side nya tapos nawawalan sya ng balanse, lalakad sya at na susubsob at napapa atras paupo. Ano po ba ang sakit na ito at may lunas pa ba ito?

    Maraming salamat po in advance...

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    Sir Winfoter,Here are some diseases with symptoms showing from the neck

    Symptoms Possible Cause
    Paralysis (limber neck)... Botulism; yellow jasmine poisoning
    Twisting... Newcastle disease; fowl cholera; brain infection; improper injection of Marek's vaccine
    Retracted over back... Newcastle disease; nutritional deficiency-thiamin
    Retracted under breast... Nutritional deficency-vitamin E; Newcastle disease
    Scabby necrotic areas... Improper injection of drugs; other injury
    Last edited by xo_kulit; March 20th, 2009 at 11:19 AM.

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    LIMBERNECK { botulism}

    Caused by eating rotten feed maggot containing the boulism toxins, signs will show up in few hours .. first signs nervousness birds get weak, sleepy. loss of appetite, difficulty swallowing, progressive paralysis of the legs, wings and neck, chickens may lay on ground with neck stretched out unable to lift their heads. the feathers will be loose and easily pull out. mix one tablespoon of Epsom salts to 1/2 cup of water . pour as much as you can down the throat, two times a day for 2 or 3 days. if they condition is untreated the fowl will die.
    Last edited by xo_kulit; March 20th, 2009 at 11:23 AM.

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    Sir Jun thank you very much sa sagot nyo, so ganon pala probably ang naging sakit nya, malakas pa rin naman yng manok at malakas kumain rin, di mo nga kakakitaan ng sakit pag kinakahig mo sya kasi yng pulok bukang buka mabilis kumahig ang paa, pero pag binitawan mona at hinayaan lang makikita mo yng sakit at walang balanse...
    Maraming salamat sir Jun and God Bless ho..

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    Quote Originally Posted by winffotter
    Sir Jun thank you very much sa sagot nyo, so ganon pala probably ang naging sakit nya, malakas pa rin naman yng manok at malakas kumain rin, di mo nga kakakitaan ng sakit pag kinakahig mo sya kasi yng pulok bukang buka mabilis kumahig ang paa, pero pag binitawan mona at hinayaan lang makikita mo yng sakit at walang balanse...
    Maraming salamat sir Jun and God Bless ho..
    welcome pre
    sana makatulong

    pero ang sabi mo ay hindi makikitaan ng sakit untill bitawan mo at hayaang mag isa sa bitaw ganon po ba?
    Last edited by xo_kulit; March 21st, 2009 at 05:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xo_kulit
    welcome pre
    sana makatulong

    pero ang sabi mo ay hindi makikitaan ng sakit untill bitawan mo at hayaang mag isa sa bitaw ganon po ba?

    Vitamin Deficiency


    Vitamin A :
    Decreased growth, production ataxia (muscles uncoordinated). Night blindness. Embryos die at second and third day of incubation. Xerophthalmia (tearing of eye, cornea becomes softened).

    Vitamin D :
    Soft, spongy beaks and bones. Poor egg quality, thin shells, rickets in young birds.


    Vitamin E :
    Low hatchability. Embryos die at fourth day of incubation. Degeneration of muscles.

    Vitamin K :

    Hemorrhages in body cavity. Thin blood, poor clotting.

    Riboflavin :

    In young: slipped sciatic nerve. Flabby muscles. Crippled legs, feet. Sprattled legs, walk on hocks. Club down on dead embryos. Old birds: dry skin, refusal to walk, decreased production.

    Niacin :

    Poor feathering, bowed legs, twisted legs, enlarged hock joints. Dermatitis.

    Thiamine :

    Unsteady gate, weak legs. Pantothenic Acid Scab-like lesions on corners of beak, on feet. Broken feathers, dermatitis, large liver, yellow liver.

    Biotin :

    Embryos, shortened long bones, webbing between toes, parrot beak, deaths at 7 days or 3 days before hatching. Adults dermatitis on feet around eyes and beak.

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    isang magandang araw ng linggo sa inyong lht mga katalakayan...

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    happy cocking sunday mga kasabong..

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    Quote Originally Posted by hencura
    Salamat at welcome na rin dito sa thread.

    MAGANDANG ARAW PO SA LAHAT......... KAMUSTA NA PO KAYONG LAHAT??.... PRESENT!!!.... NAKU DI KAYA KICK OUT NA KO DITO... HIHIHI...

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    Tama sir pag kinahig mo akala mo walang sakit, thanks nga pala sa mga input mo sir, copy paste ko na to sir para ma relay ko rin sa pinsan ko.

    God bless and more power sir JUn
    Thank you very much
    Quote Originally Posted by xo_kulit
    Vitamin Deficiency


    Vitamin A :
    Decreased growth, production ataxia (muscles uncoordinated). Night blindness. Embryos die at second and third day of incubation. Xerophthalmia (tearing of eye, cornea becomes softened).

    Vitamin D :
    Soft, spongy beaks and bones. Poor egg quality, thin shells, rickets in young birds.


    Vitamin E :
    Low hatchability. Embryos die at fourth day of incubation. Degeneration of muscles.

    Vitamin K :

    Hemorrhages in body cavity. Thin blood, poor clotting.

    Riboflavin :

    In young: slipped sciatic nerve. Flabby muscles. Crippled legs, feet. Sprattled legs, walk on hocks. Club down on dead embryos. Old birds: dry skin, refusal to walk, decreased production.

    Niacin :

    Poor feathering, bowed legs, twisted legs, enlarged hock joints. Dermatitis.

    Thiamine :

    Unsteady gate, weak legs. Pantothenic Acid Scab-like lesions on corners of beak, on feet. Broken feathers, dermatitis, large liver, yellow liver.

    Biotin :

    Embryos, shortened long bones, webbing between toes, parrot beak, deaths at 7 days or 3 days before hatching. Adults dermatitis on feet around eyes and beak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtylizimo
    sir henry at mga bosing, un po bng mga namention n vaccine sa mga previous post eh mga generic name or my mga brand names p po cla? salamat po..

    good day to all...
    Meron mga brabded pero mas importante ang vaccine name sa particular disease kung para saan ang Vaccine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xo_kulit
    LIMBERNECK { botulism}

    Caused by eating rotten feed maggot containing the boulism toxins, signs will show up in few hours .. first signs nervousness birds get weak, sleepy. loss of appetite, difficulty swallowing, progressive paralysis of the legs, wings and neck, chickens may lay on ground with neck stretched out unable to lift their heads. the feathers will be loose and easily pull out. mix one tablespoon of Epsom salts to 1/2 cup of water . pour as much as you can down the throat, two times a day for 2 or 3 days. if they condition is untreated the fowl will die.
    Nice inputs pareng xo, keep posting. Busy pa kunti, habol sa pagdami ng mga sisiw.

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    magandang umaga mga kasabong..gudlak sa mga may laban..win win win..

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    selep selep lang po. Gandang umaga sa mga tropang talakayan. Tanong lang po, ok pa rin po ba na continue breeding kahit april na. Ano po ba kaibahan ng regular season at off season breeding? Tnx in advance sa magiging input nyo.

    GOLDSTRIKE

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    Present kumusta mga katalakayan medyo laging absent pero nakakapag basa naman medyo busy sa labada ng kaunti.

    Goodluck sa lahat ng mga may laban !!!

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    musta po kayong lahat dito

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    makiki up po ako sa inyo present lang lagi...

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldstrike
    selep selep lang po. Gandang umaga sa mga tropang talakayan. Tanong lang po, ok pa rin po ba na continue breeding kahit april na. Ano po ba kaibahan ng regular season at off season breeding? Tnx in advance sa magiging input nyo.

    GOLDSTRIKE
    Wala namang problema i continue ang breeding kahit
    April na kung hindi pa sapat ang bilang ng sisiw na kailangan o
    kaya pa mag palaki at mag suporta ng mga papisa.
    Pag regular season ito ito yung panahon ng pag breed na hindi nataon sa molting season o tag lugon at dito rin kinukuha ang mga papisa na gagamitin sa stag derby.
    Pag off season naman ay mga babae na hindi pa mag lulugon ang ginagamit at
    ang mga lalake mula dito ay hindi na magagamit sa stag derby season.
    But to test your produce as a breeder, it's good to breed them on regular season and try fighting them in stag derby.

    Another thing ay ang tag ulan ay nakaka apekto sa pag itlog ng manok. At ang pag ulan ng basa he he he ay sabay sa pag lugon ng mga matandang manok...

    Off season or regular season pag nag breed ka manok pa rin ang lalabas he he he he. .

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    magandang umaga po sa lahat..

    sir henry salamat po sa mga answers nio sa query ko...

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    gandang umaga mga kasabong..

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    gud day mga kasabong....... up lang muna.. wala pang query...


    PEACE....

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    Roll Call tayo mga ka-TALAKAYAN, maraming salamat sa pagdalaw sa ating munting baryo mula Marso 01, 2009 hanggang ngayon, Marso 24, 2009.
    1. hencura, 2. competitor, 2. insanity8, 3. jml-jasser, 4. mar_888, 5. lugafarm, 6. benjaminabrigo, 7. jaguar30, 8. RAFFY-69, 9. laquih20, 10. jfbarrientos, 11. airwhen_john, 12. royal_redskin, 13. Rockbird, 14. jorged10, 15. jackpoloi, 16. xo_kulit, 17. ALCOHOL, 18. winffotter, 19. goldstrike, 20. Genis, 21. onadski, 22. cat_jho, 23. bulik_apatot, 24. xtylizimo, 25. lovebirds, 26. xzykiel....

    Magkaisa sa ikauunlad ng sabong.

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