Biosecurity in the Hatchery: The basics

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Cobb hatchery

In the event of a high-risk biosecurity issue, a standard operating procedure should be in place to contain any infectious materials. Procedures should include methods for containment and decontamination of infectious and potentially infectious materials.

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House hygiene: cleaning and disinfection for success

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Cobb house hygiene

To take advantage of the ever-increasing genetic potential of our broilers. It is more important than ever to give them the best environment in terms of temperature, ventilation, and feed and water management.

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Top 5 Biosecurity Practices

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Cobb infographic biosecurity

We use these procedures at Cobb to help protect the health and safety of our flocks and the end product for our customers. Consider implementing these tips to enahance disease protection at your location. Biosecurity is a team effort. It takes everyone doing evertyhing right to prevent our birds from being exposed to disease or contamination.

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Step-by-step guide to biosecurity

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Field

By definition, biosecurity involves the infrastructure and measures to prevent introducing and/or spreading a biological, chemical or physical agent to a susceptible population or individual. It not only applies to viruses, fungi and bacteria but also to chemical and physical components like dioxin or metal. A metal detector in a processing plant is itself part of a biosecurity system.

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