Breaches in Biosecurity: Sanderson Farms Vet Shares Three Valuable Lessons

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.”
calendar icon 5 November 2015
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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.

Click here to read the full article on Poultry Health Today.

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