How to Recognize Salmonellosis, Escherichia coli, Pullorum in Chickens

there are several signs of Salmonellosis in poultry and these include
Severe diarrhoea
Loss of appetite
Depression and emaciation
Chicks suffer omphalitis
White pasty diarrhoea in pullorum disease
Huddling together and laboured breathing

How to Treat, Prevent, and Control Salmonellosis, Escherichia coli, Pullorum
Salmonellosis, E. coli and Pullorum diseases can be treated by administering a broad-spectrum antibiotic to the flock. High-level farm/pen hygiene and sanitation must be maintained. Biosecurity measures should be in place. Avoid feeding birds with contaminated feeds.