Biosecurity required for salmonella prevention

Vaccination alone is not enough to safeguard poultry from pathogenic salmonella.

While vaccination plays an important role in salmonella prevention, it should be complemented with other prevention measures such as an effective biosecurity program, according to Dr. Kate Hayes, production program veterinarian for Aviagen North America.

Hayes explored the topic of salmonella vaccination during a presentation at the recent 65th Western Poultry Disease Conference (WPDC) in Vancouver, B.C.

“At Aviagen, we continually strive to protect our valuable breeding sto

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