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What are the symptoms of Mycoplasma in chickens?

The most common symptoms are swollen eyelids and sinuses, rattly breathing, sneezing, wheezing and coughing, you can usually hear gasping wheezes at night this is when the birds’ systems are relaxed and the respiratory issues are easier to hear.

You might also see bubbly clear fluid/foamy discharge from the eyes (Mycoplasma Gallisepticum).

Thick yellow pus in the eye sockets and sinuses (Mycoplasma Synoviae).

Swollen joints and thin shells at the round end of the eggs (Mycoplasma Synoviae).

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