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Measuring effectiveness of on-farm interventions key to Salmonella control
Understanding the impact specific on-farm interventions can have on Salmonella is critical to helping the US poultry industry meet government standards around the...
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Coronavirus causing global pandemic not related to those commonly seen in poultry, other food animals
Coronavirus infections are nothing new to the poultry industry, but the common IB viruses in poultry flocks are not associated with the COVID-19 virus at the root of...
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Water acidification: How much and when for broilers?
TOOLBOX, Issue 16: An interview with Chynette Todd, CT Consulting, Cookeville, Tennessee
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Prestage Farms veterinarian: Processing chain communication critical to identify health issues early, reduce turkey condemnations
Developing good relationships across the processing chain can be critical in helping to identify and overcome issues on farm and in the processing plant.
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Keeping up with variant reovirus strains remains challenging
Poor uniformity, lameness and reduced water consumption are tip-offs that broilers may be infected with variant reovirus.
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Swift communication key to limiting the risk of poultry disease outbreaks
Excellent systems of communication between farm staff and veterinarians are critical when it comes to managing disease outbreaks and reducing their potential spread.
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Coronavirus causing global pandemic not related to those commonly seen in poultry, other food animals
Coronavirus infections are nothing new to the poultry industry, but the common IB viruses in poultry flocks are not associated with the COVID-19 virus at the root of...
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Water acidification: How much and when for broilers?
TOOLBOX, Issue 16: An interview with Chynette Todd, CT Consulting, Cookeville, Tennessee
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Keeping up with variant reovirus strains remains challenging
Poor uniformity, lameness and reduced water consumption are tip-offs that broilers may be infected with variant reovirus.
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Three keys to successful IBV control
Highly contagious and constantly evolving, infectious bronchitis virus (IBV) is notoriously difficult to control.
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Pullet vaccination: There’s always room for improvement
TOOLBOX, Issue 17: An interview with Tim Cummings, DVM, Senior Technical Services Veterinarian, Zoetis
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Measuring effectiveness of on-farm interventions key to Salmonella control
Understanding the impact specific on-farm interventions can have on Salmonella is critical to helping the US poultry industry meet government standards around the...
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Windrowing litter can reduce pressure from poultry viruses, insects and bacteria
Poultry producers looking to improve litter quality and flock health should consider windrowing — a practice that not only works to control ammonia in the...
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Surveillance, careful vaccine selection tops “shoot-in-the-dark” strategy for IB control
Microbiologist Mark Jackwood, PhD, University of Georgia, urges producers not to “shoot in the dark” with infectious bronchitis vaccines and, instead, to focus on...
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Highlights of a roundtable discussion
In this lively roundtable discussion, a distinguished panel of experts share their candid insights on poultry health and food safety.
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