Adaptation Actions

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347 - To treat swollen eyes of chickens, it is also possible to change the location of the fowls to one that is more pristine without a build-up of worm eggs/larvae.
348 - To treat swollen eyes of chickens, use an infusion of lemon, panadol, chili or seawater
349 - To prevent the spread of mites on chickens, don't mix different size and age groups
350 - To prevent the impacts of louse on chickens, allow them to be covered in dust and have access to dusty situations
351 - to control infections, ensure animals are eating appropriate foods
352 - To control the spread of disease from sick chickens to others in the pens, remove or quarantine sick animals
353 - Use customary legume leaves to treat disease in chickens
354 - Promote bullock as animal of choice in flooded pastures
355 - Undertake research on mositure tolerant chicken varieties
356 - Ensure small chickens (chicks) have access to elevated, fully dry areas for feeding and laying
357 - Plant water absorbing trees around chicken coops
358 - Lift the floors of chicken coops, raise enclosure away from ground level to prevent storm floods
359 - Ensure that pig enclosures have some permanently dry space
360 - Build roofing over animal coops and enclosures
361 - Pig enclosures sites should be selected for well draining porous soil types
362 - Do not place pig enclosures in known water channels/runoff areas
363 - Dig water runoff/drainage channels through flood prone pig enclosures
364 - Regularly move the location of pig enclosures so that excessive mud doesn’t accumulate in their pens
365 - Tanks should be conically shaped to avoid catching volcanic ash
366 - Utilize cement water tanks in areas with volcanic ash to neutralize water pH