A risk to food safety: Salmonella costs the global egg industry billions every year in lost revenue, recalls and loss of brand value. Eggs are widely accepted as a major source of human salmonellosis. Where outbreaks occur, sales of poultry products are hit hard for long periods.
It's four years since Independent Poultry Veterinarian Dr. Haroldo Toro warned that AI virus may survive in chicken feed, especially when it is unprotected from contamination by organic material such as faeces.
The world's leading egg producers rely on clean feed to maximize the genetic potential of layer flocks. The biggest amongst them trust Anitox to standardize the microbial quality of their feed, and protect flocks against the treatment of safety and performance-limiting pathogens. For the
Follow along with our industry experts as they unravel the process of on-farm mixing and commercial feed production. Discover how locally sourcing ingredients can control pathogen risk and lead to higher quality flocks and swine.
Anitox is sponsoring a Five-Part Dr Clifford’s Webinar Series, which focuses on new research into feed as a fomite for pathogens, innovative predictive tools, and scientifically proven mitigation strategies to prevent pathogen transmission in the earliest stages of the food supply
Dr. Bland was our founder. In 1977 he was a scientist for a major pharmaceutical company and developed a significant advance in mold control. So inspired by what he'd created, he bought the license, branded his innovation MonoProp®, and established Anitox to commercialize his creations.