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48th meeting of the expert group on poultry diseases of the German Veterinary Medical Society, Hannover, 4-5 May 1995


, : 48th meeting of the expert group on poultry diseases of the German Veterinary Medical Society, Hannover, 4-5 May 1995. 48 Fachgesprach der Fachgruppe "Geflugelkrankheiten" in Hannover, 4-5 Mai 1995: 126 pp.

The meeting discussed skin diseases among slaughtered poultry, a revision of poultry meat hygiene regulations, diagnosis and transmission of salmonellosis, the current Newcastle disease situation in Germany, magnesium aspartate hydrochloride as a tranquillizer for turkeys, the provision of diagnostic laboratories, destruction of large numbers of poultry, and veterinary drug regulations.

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