The relevance and efficacy of Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale control in chickens

06-10-2001 | | |

Since its discovery in 1990, Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale (ORT) has worldwide recognition as a respiratory pathogen causing primary or secondary infections in meat-type chickens. Vaccination of breeders forms an efficient tool in reducing the economic losses due to ORT infections.

This article can also be found at World Poultry Volume 17 number 10. To view the article online simply click on the link below.

Keywords: health, disease, pathogens, vaccines


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