Participation in Forum on December 11, 2011
Dear D.C.Hettiarachchi I though you were discussing ways to eliminate salmonella on basis on scientific investigation. Now I realize that you go for a more broad discussion of the subject with reference the news media. This is not really my field since I am not a journalist and I don't have time to do research on the true nature of the press stories you refer. Best regards, Henrik Christensen
Participation in Forum on December 10, 2011
Dear Dr. Arshaq A Ramzee Thanks for you question about treatment of feed in order to eliminate salmonella from poultry production. All feed is heat treated by steam during production (72 C) and temp. additionally reach 81 C during pelleting. The feed production is controlled by a HACCP program. After production care taken not to comtaminate feed before it reaches the farm. The Danish salmonella co ...
Participation in Forum on December 7, 2011
Dear Christopher, Thanks for your commenting about our work with Salmonella Typhimurium DT41. In Danish commercial chicken products for human comsumption salmonella is not tolerated. The rare detection of a potisive broiler breeder flock will lead to killing of the flock followed by cleaning and disinfection of the house. Feed is certainly not the source of such outbreaks since it is controlled to ...
Article published the November 24, 2011
IntroductionSalmonellosis is a globally distributed foodborne disease significant impact on public health. More than 2500 serotypes of Salmonella have been identified (4) and Salmonella Enteritidis, Salmonella Typhimurium and Salmonella Heidelberg are the most prevalent serotypes (9).Salmonella Typhimurium is the second most common serotype responsible for causi ...
Video published on September 15, 2011
Henrik Christensen, Professor at the University of Copenhagen, speaks about a case of streptococcal infection in Denmark in free range layers.
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