Bacterial diseases in poultry News
News published on November 17, 2021:
Veterinarians are at the forefront of the emerging knowledge economy in the world.
Our ability to organize veterinary knowledge into Veterinary information and data to solve industry problems is the VA...
News published on July 6, 2016:
Erysipelas is a severe infectious disease caused by the bacterium Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae. The disease is well-known, but basic knowledge particularly on the infection in chickens, is lacking. A new proj...
www.dca.au.dk. Author: Linda Sondergaard Sorensen.
News published on June 25, 2015:
Proposed changes to the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) “Salmonella and Campylobacter Verification Testing Program” have elicited reactions across the food industry – pro and co...
News published on February 20, 2014:
About 4-5 years ago there was an increase in the number of chickens in Ontario that were affected by conditions such as arthritis and osteomyelitis (inflammation in the bone marrow). It was ...
News published on July 3, 2013:
Following an EU ban on livestock antibiotics, scientists pave the way for a vaccine to combat a devastating avian disease. The technology could be adapted to fight food poisoning and bioterror.(The report was p...
News published on February 18, 2013:
Poultry CRC researcher, Dr Kapil Chousalkar at The University of Adelaide, has recently commenced a project investigating the dynamics of Salmonella shedding on commercial cage layer farms. ...
News published on January 18, 2013:
Antimicrobial or antibiotic resistance is an emotive and often misunderstood topic. It is a subject that many, including governments, academics and consumers, use as a stick to beat our industry&...
News published on December 7, 2011:
An independent panel of experts has unified to form the Intestinal Health Scientific Interest Group or IHSIG.
This group has already held several meetings on the topic of necrotic enteritis and dysbiosis. Chai...
Intestinal Health Scientific Interest Group
News published on July 6, 2011:
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates, each year, about 9.4 million people get sick from contaminated food. A new test may detect Salmonella infection in an early stage, allowing prompt ac...
News published on May 2, 2011:
The results of a new study from researchers in Belgium suggest that any shift from conventional to alternative housing systems for laying hens should be accompanied by a keen concern for optimizing and maintain...
Poultry Science Association (PSA)