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FPD – środowiskowy i ekonomiczny problem producenta kurcząt rzeźnych, cz. I
Monika Michalczuk Katarzyna Maria Jędrzejewska Brygida Kruzińska Aleksandra Kalińska Anna Siennicka

Zapalenie skóry poduszki stopy (ang. foot pad dermatitis) jest polietiologiczną chorobą skóry, opisaną po raz pierwszy u kurcząt brojlerów w latach 80. XX wieku (Shepherd i Farchild, 2010). Występuje w wielu krajach, również w Polsce – najczęściej u kurcząt brojlerów i indyków rzeźnych. Przynosi duże straty z powodu obniżenia wartości rzeźnej tuszek oraz mniejszych przyrostów masy ciała. W produkcji drobiarskiej stanowi element oceny dobrostanu stad zwierząt i wpływa na ekonomikę produkcji.
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