Breaches in Biosecurity: Sanderson Farms Vet Shares Three Valuable Lessons05 November 2015
Phil Stayer, corporate veterinarian at Sanderson Farms, defines biosecurity as “procedures put in place to reduce the risk of disease in a population of animals.”
The best risk is no risk, he insists. “But as we all know, just about every activity we perform on a poultry farm involves some risk, so the goal is to intelligently limit risks as best we can,” Stayer says.
In a remarkably candid article developed for Poultry Health Today, Stayer shares three tough lessons he’s learned about managing biosecurity and protecting flocks from ILT and other infectious diseases.
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