What is fowlpox?
Fowlpox is a slow-spreading, viral disease that affects birds of all ages. It causes white lesions that developed into wart-like nodules and then form dark scabs on birds’ combs and wattles.
There are two types of fowlpox: dry and wet. The dry pox is the type that forms nodules, and eventually scabs, on the comb, wattles, ear lobes, eyes and sometimes feet of chickens. The wet pox occurs in the oral cavity... See Full Text
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