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  • Biosecurity in the Egg Industry

    BiosecurityBiosecurity measures form an integral part of egg production in protecting hen wellbeing and food safety and assisting with the prevention of the introduction of infectious diseases to flocks. Biosecurity is about managing the risks of reduced productivity, profitability and long term financial viability of egg production businesses.

  • Biosecurity in the Egg Industry

    BiosecurityBiosecurity measures form an integral part of egg production in protecting hen wellbeing and food safety and assisting with the prevention of the introduction of infectious diseases to flocks. Biosecurity is about managing the risks of reduced productivity, profitability and long term financial viability of egg production businesses.

  • Investigations into the management of the darkling beetle

    DAQ 244JAThe darkling beetle is capable of transmitting diseases between chickens. This study reports on previous investigations into the insecticide resistance of darkling beetles, and highlights the need for a control plan.

  • Investigating Sanitation of Surface Water for Poultry using Chlorine-IBDV Models

    UM 51ASignificant numbers of commercial poultry production sites in Australia rely on surface waters (dams, creeks and rivers) as their major source of drinking water. Exposure of surface water to wild birds can pose disease risks from serious avian pathogens to commercial flocks meaning risk assessment for biosecurity is crucial. This report reviewed the main methodologies used for water sanitation in Australia and indicated that chlorination is the most appropriate technology for poultry sites, if effective treatment can be assured. 

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