Most poultry integrators turn to ELISA tests to get a quick and easy read on a flock’s health status. “But the results are only as good as the quality of the samples,” reminds Andrea Zedek, DVM, MAM, ACPV, senior manager, global veterinary support, Zoetis Inc.
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