Avian Health

Avian health pertains to the well-being of birds, including domestic poultry, pet birds, and wild avian species. Maintaining avian health is vital for various reasons, from safeguarding the poultry industry's productivity to preserving biodiversity in wild bird populations. Avian veterinarians and experts focus on preventing and treating diseases that can affect birds, such as avian influenza, Newcastle disease, and various parasitic infections. Proper nutrition, habitat management, and biosecurity measures are key components of avian health management. Monitoring and early detection are crucial in preventing the spread of contagious avian diseases, which can have significant economic and ecological impacts. Ensuring avian health is not only important for the birds themselves but also for public health, as some avian diseases can be transmitted to humans.

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