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Broilers & Layers / Poultry Health & Disease / Industry News & Trends
on March 13, 2017

Hatchery biosecurity starts at the poultry breeder farm

With the reduction in antibiotic use in poultry growing programs, good hatchery biosecurity has become an even more important.

There is no place for dirty eggs at the hatchery, according to hatchery consultant Scott Martin. He told the audience at Merial’s “Let’s Speak Hatchery Solutions” seminar prior to VIV Asia in Bangkok, Thailand, that dirty eggs should be sorted out at the breeder farm and not allowed into the…

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