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Biosecurity: Protecting our flocks to sustain the supply chain

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SILOAM SPRINGS, Ark. — Safeguarding animal health is paramount to any country’s economy and food supply. Livestock with a clean health status is the most important requirement a country must have to be competitive in the international market.

There are several emerging and re-emerging animal diseases of concern that affect the adequacy of the food supply for a growing world population and have huge implications for global trade and commerce. Unfortunately, zoonotic diseases including Avian Influenza reemerge causing high morbidity and mortality in poultry. In some cases, outbreaks of zoonotic disease can impact the supply chain and ultimately reduce. . .

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