Article published the July 20, 2021
A previous study reported nontyphoidal Salmonella spp., Clostridium perfringens, Campylobacter spp., and Escherichia coli as some of the most important foodborne bacterial pathogens in the U.S. . Overall, health-related cost associated with the food borne illness from those pathogens was estimated to be around $51.0 and $77.7 billion based on a basic and enhanced model, respect ...
Article published the February 4, 2021
In the poultry industry, enteric bacterial pathogens pose a threat to intestinal health and can contribute to the transmission of zoonotic diseases [1,2], increased mortality in poultry flocks, reduced feed efficiency, decreased rate of body weight gain and, therefore, increase in total production costs [3,4]. Salmonella infection and necrotic enteritis (NE) produced by Clostridiu ...
This member gave a presentation on January 25, 2021
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IPPE Marketplace - International Production & Processing Expo 2021
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Video published on October 28, 2020
PSA interviewed Billy Hargis (University of Arkansas) to hear his insights regarding the spread of viruses from different classes within the animal kingdom and the use of antibiotics in animals raises for food. Let's Squawk About It is a monthly interview segment by the Poultry Science Association.
News published on July 23, 2020
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., 07/23/2020 – The Poultry Science Association’s first ever Virtual Annual Meeting has concluded. The meeting was held online over the course of three days and included over 300 scientific presentations, more than 65 hours of programming, and exceeded 1,000 registrants. An additional benefit of this year’s meeting being held in a virtual space, is that registrants ...
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