09 Jun
Frankly Speaking; Biosecurity in Challenging Times
  • Posted by Anitox

Frankly Speaking; Biosecurity in Challenging Times

Dr. Enrique Montiel hosted a roundtable biosecurity discussion during the Midwest Poultry Federation Convention, attracting participants from the poultry and feed sector across the globe. Dr. Montiel said it best: “Biosecurity is always a timely and relevant topic.” He was quick to

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26 May
How Does Microbial Quality of Animal Feed Impact Food Safety?
  • Posted by Anitox

How Does Microbial Quality of Animal Feed Impact Food Safety?

What is Food Safety? Food safety encompasses how food should be produced, stored, handled and prepared to avoid contamination and prevent foodborne illness in humans. According to the WHO, there are 5 fundamental rules of food safety: Maintain cleanliness of food preparation areas

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20 May
5 Steps to Becoming a Successful Sales Development Representative
  • Posted by Anitox

5 Steps to Becoming a Successful Sales Development Representative

Sales Development Representatives (SDRs) are responsible for outbound prospecting. They research and reach out to prospective customers, find out if they have a need we can satisfy, and introduce them to our company and its products. Those they identify as potential customers are known

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05 May
Dr. Montiel featured on Adams on Agriculture
  • Posted by Anitox

Dr. Montiel featured on Adams on Agriculture

Feed is much like a trojan horse, often overlooked as innocuous, yet capable of introducing disease-causing pathogens through its own contamination.   Well, it stopped being overlooked last Friday, when feed became the focus of discussion live-on-air when Mike Adams of Adams on

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20 Apr
Paul Quinn of Milling Technology Services Discusses Milling Efficiency
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Paul Quinn of Milling Technology Services Discusses Milling Efficiency

As a partner to the world's food producers, Anitox is joining with Milling Technology Services' Paul Quinn and APHEYAs' Victoria Phillips to present an opportunity for five feed milling professionals to win a space in a Feed Milling Efficiency course. This course will provide extensive

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15 Apr
Dr. Montiel on Risk of African Swine Fever Virus Transmission via Feed
  • Posted by Dr. Enrique Montiel

Dr. Montiel on Risk of African Swine Fever Virus Transmission via Feed

Focus on Feed for Virus Transmission  I was excited to read the recent review of the risks and mitigations strategies for African Swine Fever Virus in feed by Dr. Niederwerder at Kansas State. It is great to see research emphasize the global impact feed has as a fomite. Feed has long

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