Bacterial enteritis remains top poultry concern

Early intervention is best option for controlling continued high prevalence of bacterial enteritis in broiler flocks.

Bacterial enteritis continues to be highly prevalent in broiler flocks around the world, based on findings from the 2015 "Bacterial Enteritis Global Impact Assessment" (BEGIA), a global survey of 337 poultry experts, including veterinarians, nutritionists, producers and other poultry industry professionals.

The 2015 survey follows earlier BEGIA surveys conducted in 2010 and 2005.

Respondents of the 2015 BEGIA survey represented poultry experts in the regions of Asia/Pacific

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