Information about the most important diseases in paratyphoid (salmonella).
- Loss of condition
- Losing weight
- Green, slimy droppings
- Limping (cripple) or flying awkwardly
- Swollen joints in wings and legs
- Infertile eggs
- Twisted necks
- Blindness in one eye
Parastop is a combination preparation against Salmonella (paratyphoid) and E.coli infections and other associated specific intestinal infections.
The composition of Parastop prevents arising resistance as much as possible because it is a combination preparation.
Parastop is well tolerated during moult and can be administered with newly hatched squeakers. It is recommended to quarantaine the pigeons which are suspected of paratyphoid (salmonella) and to burn out or disinfect the lofts immediately. These measures are necessary in order to prevent further infection.