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Q: Can you eat chickens with fowl pox?
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Is fowl pox transferable to humans?

Humans do not get fowl pox. Fowl pox is a disease of birds (fowl). Chickenpox, oddly enough, is a disease of humans, not chickens. Fowl pox and chickenpox are not the same thing.


Can fowl pox be deadly to chickens?

yes


What is fowl pox?

Fowl pox is a viral infection that affects turkeys and chickens. It causes them to lose feathers and get lesions on the skin.


Can you get smallpox from chickens infected with fowl pox?

No. Chickenpox is species specific, meaning that humans get chickenpox.


Are chickens considered fowl?

Yes, chickens are considered fowl.


What has the author W T Johnson written?

W. T. Johnson has written: 'Fowl-pox control' -- subject(s): Fowl pox, Prevention


Can a chicken get people pox?

no,the chicken pox are not even caused by chickens. chickens cannot get this virus by any means!


What is a small fowl called?

cornish hens or miniature chickens.


How do you cure fowl pox without vaccines?

There is no cure or treatment for fowl pox. Prevention by vaccine, sanitation, and management practices are the only effective way to guard against this disease.


Are chickens rodents?

no, theyre fowl


Does a chicken eat a caterpillar?

Yes. Caterpillars are on the menu for chickens but they are selective as to which ones they will eat. Apparently some of the species of caterpillars are fowl tasting.


What disease can chickens carry?

Chicken Pox


What kind of illness do chickens get?

Chicken Pox


Why does my chicken have black spots on its comb?

There are several things that can cause black spots on combs: frostbite, mites, chickens pecking at each other or two different forms of Avian Pox. Google Avian Pox or Fowl Pox to see if that's the trouble--if it is, you just have to wait and see and vaccinate all new chicks/birds.


Chickens are mammals?

no useally chickens are birds Chickens are birds, descended fro the Asian jungle fowl.


What do you call a brood of?

Chickens and other fowl.


Can a guinea fowl live alone?

No, Guinea Fowl are social creatures like Chickens and need other Guinea Fowl around them.


Did ancient Romans have chickens?

Yes. The Romans were great egg eaters and they had to have a source for them. They also ate eggs from other fowl besides chickens.Yes. The Romans were great egg eaters and they had to have a source for them. They also ate eggs from other fowl besides chickens.Yes. The Romans were great egg eaters and they had to have a source for them. They also ate eggs from other fowl besides chickens.Yes. The Romans were great egg eaters and they had to have a source for them. They also ate eggs from other fowl besides chickens.Yes. The Romans were great egg eaters and they had to have a source for them. They also ate eggs from other fowl besides chickens.Yes. The Romans were great egg eaters and they had to have a source for them. They also ate eggs from other fowl besides chickens.Yes. The Romans were great egg eaters and they had to have a source for them. They also ate eggs from other fowl besides chickens.Yes. The Romans were great egg eaters and they had to have a source for them. They also ate eggs from other fowl besides chickens.Yes. The Romans were great egg eaters and they had to have a source for them. They also ate eggs from other fowl besides chickens.


Name any three types of farmyard fowl?

Three types of farmyard fowl are chickens, guinea fowl, and ducks. The chicken may be the best known type of farm fowl. However, there are different breeds of chickens, including Wyandotte, Andalusian, Australorp, and Java.


What word means pertaining to chickens and roosters?

Fowl.


Are tigers and chickens related?

no tigers and chickens are not related tigers are big cats that are mammals and chickens are fowl that are birds they are not related


Why did farmer Jones keep his chickens away from the other animals?

Chickens use fowl language.


What is a sentence for the word fowl?

(Fowl means certain types of birds, such as chickens or ducks or turkeys, or other wild fowl such as quail. )"That rancher raises different kinds of fowl.""Chickens and other fowl are often carriers of salmonella.""Those on a diet may prefer fish or fowl, rather than beef."(* not to be confused with foul, as in spark plugs, tempers, or vulgar language.)


Why do chickens wash their mouths with soap?

Chickens have to wash their mouths out with soap because they use fowl language.


What are viral diseases of a poultry farm?

Avian pox is a relatively slow-spreading viral disease in birds, characterized by wart-like nodules on the skin and diphtheritic necrotic membranes lining the mouth and upper respiratory system. It has been present in birds since the earliest history. Mortality is not usually significant unless the respiratory involvement is marked. The disease may occur in any age of bird, at any time. Avian pox is caused by a virus of which there are at least three different strains or types; fowl pox virus, pigeon pox virus and canary pox virus. Although some workers include turkey pox virus as a distinct strain, many feel that is identical to fowl pox virus. Each virus strain is infective for a number of species of birds. Natural occurring pox in chickens, turkeys and other domestic fowl is considered to be caused by fowl pox virus. Fowl pox can be transmitted by direct or indirect contact. The virus is highly resistant in dried scabs and under certain conditions may survive for months on contaminated premises. The disease may be transmitted by a number of species of mosquitoes. Mosquitoes can harbor infective virus for a month or more after feeding on affected birds. After the infection is introduced, it spreads within the flock by mosquitoes as well as direct and indirect contact. Recovered birds do not remain carriers.