02 Feb
How Clean Feed Assists in Producing Safer Eggs
  • Posted by Jose Ramirez

How Clean Feed Assists in Producing Safer Eggs

Salmonella and Eggs Do you know that the outer shell of the eggs can be contaminated by the penetration of bacteria through one of approximately 8,000 pores present in the eggshell? Salmonella may come from the colonized gut, contaminated feces during or after laying or direct

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27 Jan
Let’s Be Frank; Feed Is a Fomite
  • Posted by Anitox

Let’s Be Frank; Feed Is a Fomite

Pathogens are microorganisms that cause illness. They include bacteria (salmonella and campylobacter, for example) and viruses (such as avian influenza, ASF and PEDv). Pathogens can thrive in both feed and raw ingredients. By providing all the essential components pathogens need to

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04 Jan
Human Disease-Causing Strains of Salmonella Are Found in Animal Feed
  • Posted by Anitox

Human Disease-Causing Strains of Salmonella Are Found in Animal Feed

Last month, Dr. Nikki W. Shariat and Dr. Kristina M. Feye (along with their co-authors) published a groundbreaking paper in the Journal of Applied Microbiology on the use of CRISPR analysis to identify Salmonella serovars found in samples from commercial feed mills. Their two trials

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28 Dec
Top 8 Ways to Tackle Salmonella in Live Poultry Production
  • Posted by Anitox

Top 8 Ways to Tackle Salmonella in Live Poultry Production

Why is it necessary to control Salmonella in live poultry production?

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14 Dec
Salmonella: Is Mash Feed Part of the Problem?
  • Posted by Anitox

Salmonella: Is Mash Feed Part of the Problem?

UK eggs have a great reputation. A good safety record and positive press in recent years has helped increase consumption. But we take nothing for granted. Low Salmonella incidence will always be a direct result of focus on biosecurity, shared by producers, feed suppliers and others. 

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14 Dec
Formaldehyde Protects the Feed Industry
  • Posted by Anitox

Formaldehyde Protects the Feed Industry

For over 40 years, we at Anitox have been using formaldehyde as a safe and highly effective way to control pathogens in feed. It’s a particularly valuable tool, preventing viruses and bacteria, such as Salmonella and E coli, from entering the food chain. But we’re not the only industry

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