1. Fowl pox disease
2. The cutaneous form of fowlpox is characterized by nodular lesions on various parts of the unfeathered skin of chickens and on the head and upper neck of turkeys. Generalized lesions of feathered skin may also be seen. In some cases, lesions are limited chiefly to the feet and legs.
3. Chicken are usually vaccinated with pigeonpox virus. This vaccine is usually given to chickens when between the age of 8-14 weeks of age, via the wing web method of injection.