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This is a very contagious disease. The well fowls should
immediately be separated from the sick ones, and the old quarters
thoroughly disinfected. Use the following remedy. One-half ounce balsam
copaiba, one-quarter ounce liquorice powder, one-half drachm piperine.
This is enough for thirty doses. Enclose each dose in a small capsule;
give two or three doses per day. If this does not furnish relief in two
days, kill the fowl and burn or bury it.

The symptoms of this disease are first, a thick opaque and peculiarly
offensive smelling discharge from the nostrils. Froth appears at the
inner corner of the eyes, the lids swell and often the eyes are
entirely closed; the sides of the face become much swollen, and the
bird rapidly declines and dies.

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