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Poultry Processing & Slaughter / Broilers & Layers / Poultry Health & Disease / Poultry Welfare
on August 11, 2013
FOOD SAFETY & FLOCK HEALTH AND PERFORMANCE

How Tyson Foods and Cargill control Salmonella in poultry live production

Veterinarians from Tyson Foods and Cargill Meat Solutions presented interventions that have proven effective in their companies’ preharvest Salmonella control programs.

Salmonella  control strategies for ready-to-cook poultry products are fundamentally different in the U.S. and Europe. The European approach has been to attempt to eradicate Salmonella at the farm level and not to use any chemical interventions in the processing plant. Dr. Scott Gustin, head of domestic veterinary services for poultry,

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