Salmonella in Poultry News
News published on June 2, 2017:
A team of Canadian scientists has identified a gene that confers resistance to the broad-spectrum antibiotic fosfomycin, according to a study yesterday in Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy.
The gene, ...
News published on October 14, 2016:
Martha Pulido - Landinez will be one of the speakers at the XXIV Central America and Caribbean Poultry Congress that will take place in Antigua, Guatemala, on November 10th and 11th.
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 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)
News published on May 10, 2010:
"Maintaining the intestinal integrity and improving broiler and breeder performance through effective control of
Salmonella and other Enterobacteria"
How to address the challenges caused by p...
News published on September 22, 2009:
New federal regulations require most egg producers to take steps to prevent the spread of Salmonella enteritidis, reports the American Veterinary Medical Association.The FDA rules affect the purchase of chicks ...
American Veterinary Medical Association
News published on July 13, 2009:
America's egg farmers are committed to working with the Food and Drug Administration to ensure the egg safety regulations are implemented and the gains in food safety are maintained.
"Egg farmers have practice...
Business Wire; WorldPoultry.net
News published on April 21, 2009:
Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists have uncovered genetic evidence about the evolutionary path that transformed Salmonella enteritidis from an innocuous bacterium into a virulent pathogen.
USDA Agricultural Research Service
News published on March 11, 2009:
Countries that produce poultry on a large scale have evolved different methods of production, processing, and testing especially with regard to controlling and testing for Salmonella. The implications of these ...
Univ. of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service