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  1. MysteryChicken

    Mycoplasma gallisepticum? Or irritated eyes?

    It doesn't have a lot of information on it, so we can't just assume.
  2. MysteryChicken

    Mycoplasma gallisepticum? Or irritated eyes?

    I know, but both tests can be used, if necessary.
  3. MysteryChicken

    Mycoplasma gallisepticum? Or irritated eyes?

    That's the only one I can find for you.
  4. MysteryChicken

    Mycoplasma gallisepticum? Or irritated eyes?

    I found this, I'll see if I can find more. https://www.idexx.com/en/livestock/livestock-tests/poultry-tests/idexx-mgms-ab-test/#:~:text=IDEXX%20MG%2FMS%20Ab%20Test&text=Mycoplasma%20gallisepticum%20(MG)%20is%20associated,nasal%20exudate%20and%20respiratory%20rales.
  5. MysteryChicken

    Mycoplasma gallisepticum? Or irritated eyes?

    I'm not sure if there's an at home MG test, but I can look, & see if there's any.
  6. MysteryChicken

    Mycoplasma gallisepticum? Or irritated eyes?

    Practicing biosecurity is a good thing actually. I'm kind of limited on having to do so. I suspect one of my flocks have MG due to what happened to one of my project Orpington chicks earlier this year. She became feverish, sticky goopy eyes, & extreme pneumonia. She went down hill fast over...
  7. MysteryChicken

    Mycoplasma gallisepticum? Or irritated eyes?

    Any new birds, such as chicks been introduced? A change in feeding, schedule? Has their housing been updated, & abit different from what they're used too?
  8. MysteryChicken

    Mycoplasma gallisepticum? Or irritated eyes?

    If the birds survive, they'll be carriers of MG.
  9. MysteryChicken

    Mycoplasma gallisepticum? Or irritated eyes?

    I have it in one of my flocks, at least one flock, which is the mixed flock coop. I haven't noticed it in any of my other birds. It can be treated with antibiotics, or you can vaccinate your birds at a young age. I won't use antibiotics, because I want my birds to be antibiotic free, & I also...
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