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A genetic technique which could help improve predictions about the virulence of infectious bursal disease (IBDV) has identified pathogenicity in seven new strains of...
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Managing heat and humidity in hatcheries is key to reducing costly leg problems in turkey poults.
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Improving Salmonella surveillance in turkeys
High-profile Salmonella outbreaks in turkeys in recent years have shown the need for improved surveillance in the turkey industry.
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Sharing and analyzing data at farm level and beyond can offer new insights that improve bird health and profitability on layer farms.
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New vaccine simplifies IBDV vaccination; provides effective early pullet protection
TOOLBOX, Issue 25: An interview with John Brown, DVM, senior technical services veterinarian and layer specialist, Zoetis on early pullet protection from IBDV.
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Novel, science-based technologies will allow the poultry industry to get ahead of issues coming towards it.
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Lameness in broilers: Osteomyelitis
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Research review: What’s new in poultry housing and equipment?
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Guidance for Industry No 213
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New studies examine effects of lighting on chickens
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Organic raw poultry not necessarily safer
Organic raw poultry is not necessarily safer for consumption than conventionally raised poultry, indicates a study from the University of Tennessee.
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Windrowing litter can reduce pressure from poultry viruses, insects and bacteria
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Surveillance, careful vaccine selection tops “shoot-in-the-dark” strategy for IB control
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In this lively roundtable discussion, a distinguished panel of experts share their candid insights on poultry health and food safety.
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