Three ways to reduce salmonella risk on poultry farms in summer

Rat eating spilled grain in a farmyard

BIOSECURITY is often highlighted as a priority in the winter months when the threat of avian influenza is higher.

But it is just as important in the summer when a range of factors can increase the risk of an incursion of salmonella on both egg or broiler farms, according to Livetec Systems’ technical officer Sarah Russell.

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