Global study on poultry enteric health shared

Data suggest improvements in intestinal integrity score can translate into financial savings.

Findings from a five-year, 54-nation study of broiler enteric health trends, including how improvements in broiler enteric health may affect the health of poultry producers’ businesses, will be shared during the Poultry Science Assn. (PSA) annual meeting in New Orleans, La.

The July 12 presentation will highlight key findings from the study that identified the most common enteric health issues facing the broiler industry across time and geographic regions. The PSA presentation will

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