I have dedicated several newsletters to paratyphoid. Still, questions about this disease keep coming. Especially this time of year. And questions about moulting and breeding are frequently asked in the fall.
In this newsletter, I will provide you with a few practical tips. And I hoop you can benefit from it.


The moulting period is traditionally known as a period in which the birds are most receptive for the clinical symptoms of a paratyphoid infection. This time of year, cripple birds or bird with a hanging wing or a lump on the elbow joint, visit our veterinarian clinic more often than any other part of the year. For one thing, this happens because of the

During the tour of the viruses, which we started at the beginning of the year, I want to direct your attention to the Paramyxovirus in the next couple of newsletters.

The Variola- and Herpesviruses were discussed in earlier newsletters. Just as these viruses, I want to start by giving some scientific information and talk in the next newsletter about the practical consequences.

Paramyxovirus (part 1)

This disease among pigeons is caused by