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   Fowl Typhoid
   
   TR MAFF PH6/31
    Museum of English Rural Life (MERL)
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   1960
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   Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food
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   Some people may find some scenes in this film disturbing. Film shows effects, prevention and cure of fowl typhoid Scenes of dead chickens. Chickens outside in fold units, chickens indoors in deep litter houses, broiler chickens, store yards and free-range birds. Fowl Typhoid can occur in chickens, but mainly free range. Scenes of dead chickens and chicks, and a dying chicken. Scenes showing symptoms of fowl typhoid. Packing up carcasses to go to be tested in laboratory. Incinerating and burying chickens. Laboratory, with bird being dissected and tested for fowl typhoid. Slides of the appearance of the disease. Scenes illustrating the precautions which can be taken to prevent fowl typhoid. Treatment of infected birds, vaccination of treated birds Cleaning chicken houses and poultry appliances Dying chickens and a flock of outdoor healthy chickens Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food
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Fowl Typhoid
Institution: Museum of English Rural Life
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Link: https://youtu.be/QuLvAuTT0Sc
Fowl Typhoid
Institution: Museum of English Rural Life
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Link: https://merl.reading.ac.uk/

 

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Languages: English

 

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Geofocus: England
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Country of production: England

 

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Category: Commissioned film

 

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Performance: Meetings of organisations and institutions

 

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Fowl Typhoid
Keyword: Veterinary medicine



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