Poultry Disease


Avian Metapneumovirus (aMPV) infection is an acute, highly contagious infection of the upper respiratory tract in turkeys (Turkey Rhinotracheitis – TRT) and chickens (Swollen Head Syndrome – SHS). The disease is characterized by coughing, swollen sinuses and nasal discharge. The infection predisposes the birds to secondary infections that may result in a severe outbreak with high mortality. In laying hens and turkeys, the most frequent reproductive tract lesion consists of an involution of the ovary. Live and inactivated vaccines are commercially available.

Active immunization of chickens and turkeys against Avian Metapneumovirus infection.

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