Why is it necessary to control Salmonella in live poultry production?
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.
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
This year scientists published a study that aimed to quantify the amount of soy-based feed ingredients entering the United States. The article below summarizes that research and discusses its implications for the feed sector.
As we have known for a long time, Salmonella organisms follow a simple process over the course of their life: Get into the intestinal tract of a host animal; Multiply; Get out of the host animal alive; and Find another intestinal tract as soon as possible. Controlling Salmonella is
More than 90 cases of African Swine Fever (ASF) have been confirmed in wild boar in Germany since mid-September, leading to suspension of German pork imports into China, South Korea, Japan, and the Philippines. As the Chinese swine industry continues to recover from its latest ASF