GREECE - The Greek Authority for Medicinal products and Disinfectants (EOF) has recently approved Halamid® for Veterinary applications and Food...
GLOBAL - With the upsurge in occurrences of avian influenza since 2014 in various parts of the world, the discussion related to appropriate measures...
GLOBAL - With the upsurge in occurrences of Avian Influenza since 2014 in various parts of the world the discussion related to appropriate measures...
GLOBAL - Newcastle disease (ND) is one of the main, global viral diseases affecting the poultry industry. It is a highly contagious disease and...
FRANCE - Poultry producers using older buildings, or those who have concerns about thorough dirt removal prior to disinfection, should bear in...
FRANCE - There has been a resurgence of interest in thermal fogging in the poultry industry recently and of experimentation with different active...
FRANCE - Corrosion is a significant problem with aggressive disinfectants, in particular acidic Peroxygen - Persulfate types. ...
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POULTRY FARMING DISINFECTION
Halamid® is the right disinfectant for poultry farming as it has been proven active to amongst others :
- E. coli
- Pseudomonas sp.
- Salmonella sp.
- Staphylococcus aureus
- Streptococcus faecalis
- Avian influenza virus
- Avian reo disease virus
- Celo virus
- Newcastle disease
- Gumboro disease
- Infectious bronchitis virus
- Infectious bursitis virus
- Pseudo bird pest virus
Nebulization and fogging
When the poultry house is equipped with a water nebulization system, poultry farming disinfection is done by fogging a Halamid® solution through this system. Using Halamid® as a disinfectant for poultry farming in this way, proves not only to be very effective but also easy to apply and very cost efficient.
Halamid® is also an excellent disinfectant for hatchery eggs. The sequence is cleaning, rinsing, disinfection and drying. To prevent absorption of the solution by the eggshell, the temperature must go up a few degrees in each consecutive step.
See for more detailed information the technical bulletin.
Halamid® in poultry farming disinfection