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Infectious bronchitis: The ‘eye of the storm’ for chicken health

Ask any poultry producer about the most economically important disease in broilers, breeders or layers.

Infectious bronchitis (IB) almost always tops the list and could best be described as the “eye of the storm,” says Guillermo Zavala, DVM, PhD, a poultry health and production consultant for Avian Health International.

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