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Poultry Health Today Issue 6

Latest edition of Poultry Health Today features in-depth report on antibiotic-free production trend

ATLANTA, Jan. 31 — “Striking a Balance with Antibiotic-Free Production” is the cover story of the latest edition of Poultry Health Today magazine, which is now available for a free download.

Visitors to the 2017 International Production & Processing Expo in Atlanta also can pick up a free copy at the Poultry Health Today’s news desk (Zoetis exhibit, C2341).

In its in-depth report, Poultry Health Today looks at the evolution of antibiotic-free production, its rapid growth over the past three years and where the industry is heading with what’s become a four-tier poultry market.

In another article, Poultry Health Today reports on its visit to Miller Poultry, an Indiana company that’s been raising poultry without antibiotics for 15 years.

The colorful, 40-page magazine also includes articles on managing salmonella, guarding against processing condemnations and many other health-related poultry topics.

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Posted on January 26, 2017

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