Patti Miller discusses biosecurity and vaccines for Newcastle disease

Topic: Biosecurity
511 3 Statistics
Share :
Video information
Date: Monday, March 13, 2017
Description:

Patti J. Miller, Veterinary Medical Officer at the Southeast Poultry Research Laboratory (USDA), explained the importance of biosecurity to go along with a vaccination program, during IPPE 2017 in Atlanta, USA.

Ver más
Tarusenga Munyanyi Tarusenga Munyanyi
Animal health technologist
June 27, 2017

Biosecurity has to be mainly security for poultry health before you think of vaccines. Vaccines compliment good biosecurity system that control what goes in and what goes out.

1
Reply
June 27, 2017
Biosecurity is the soul of poultry farming. With good Biosecurity, you administer less drugs, Maintain good health birds, low mortality, High FCR, improved production at low cost of production.

Biosecurity is cheaper and easier than diagnosing disease and treatments.

Let's be Biosecurity conscious.
1
Reply
star Mike Button Mike Button
Bsc hons
July 1, 2017

Biosecurity should be looked at as an essential part of the tthree-waymatrix. Effective biosecurity is essential. And will compliment good vaccines and good management. But is not an excuse for poor management and poor administration of vaccines. The same as good management and good vaccines are not a replacement for poor biosecurity

0
Reply
Would you like to discuss about this topic: Patti Miller discusses biosecurity and vaccines for Newcastle disease?
Engormix reserves the right to delete and/or modify comments. See more details

Comments that contain the following items won´t be published:

  • Repeated spelling mistakes.
  • Advertisements, Web sites and/or e-mail addresses.
  • Questions or answers not relevant to the topic discussed in the Forum.
You need to be part of Engormix to post a comment on this discussion
Post a comment
 
   | 
Copyright © 1999-2018 Engormix - All Rights Reserved