Husbandry practices as related to infectious and parasitic diseases of farmed ratites.

@article{Tully1996HusbandryPA,
  title={Husbandry practices as related to infectious and parasitic diseases of farmed ratites.},
  author={Thomas N. Tully and Simon M. Shane},
  journal={Revue scientifique et technique},
  year={1996},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={73-89}
}
Over the past decade, there has been a world-wide increase in the number of farm-raised ratites. The focus of ostrich production remains in South Africa, but other countries are initiating production of this bird in addition to the emu and rhea. Ostriches, emus and rheas are being produced commercially outside their native habitat, resulting in new and unique disease presentations. The authors describe bacterial, viral and parasitic diseases which are emerging in production settings… CONTINUE READING

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