Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Poultry biosecurity hazards: identify movement and flows on animal farms

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By Kevin Janni

Special to Poultry Times

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Biosecurity protocols are used to prevent the introduction of infectious disease organisms to animals on a farm and to control a diseases’ spread within and between barns and farms. Flow analysis on animal farms is a systematic way to plan the movement of people, animals, feed, supplies, materials, equipment and ventilating air into, through and from animal facilities. Flow analysis can also be used to assess and maintain biosecurity needed and efficiently and safely execute the operation’s management and operational plans.

Step 1: Define and draw. . .

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