Spring Biosecurity Checklist

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Spring sees the reemergence of new plants, animals, and insects alike. Unfortunately, it also brings with it the reemergence of diseases that we haven’t seen since fall. That makes early spring a good time to check your structural and operational biosecurity to protect your farm, flocks and family from diseases like Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza.

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Better cuticles may make for better eggs

Cuticles are under the microscope at the Roslin Institute, where a research team is looking is hoping to improve their protective capacity.

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The Biosecurity Report – Understanding Biosecurity in Modern Poultry Operations

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To help farmers establish a biosecurity practice, the National Poultry Improvement Plan has outlined habits and routines for farmers to adopt as needed at their own facility. While many practices are common sense, practicing biosecurity deliberately will help keep disease down and birds healthy.

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Every poultry operation needs a biosecurity coordinator

Coordinator will develop, implement, maintain and revise biosecurity plan as needed.

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The Ultimate Poultry Watering Guide

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An effective watering system only performs as well as the farmer knows how to make it. It seems like such a simple thing, but sometimes even the smallest errors can have a detrimental effect on flock performance. Not to worry, we’re here to explain everything that you need to know to make your watering system work as well as it can.

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