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Foamy poultry droppings: What does it mean?

If you see that the birds’ caecel droppings are light and foamy: it’s not a good sign. What could that mean and what do you need to do?

The image below was provided by Roodbont Publishers and is part of the Look, Think, Act series that will be published weekly on World Poultry. Hover over the icons within the image for more information.

Also interesting: Watch out for dark droppings

These issues have to do with the birds’ health. Visit World Poultry's health tool to learn everything you need to know about poultry health.

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  • David Burch

    If they are layers or breeders then it is most likely to be caused by Brachyspira species (intermedia or pilosicoli) causing avian intestinal spirochaetosis. Treat with tiamulin.

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