Poultry Management: No pathogen risk in litter reuse

Published on: 01/16/2008
Source : Poultry CRC

Preliminary results from a Poultry CRC project being undertaken by DPI&F Queensland examining the reuse of chicken litter across broiler cycles have indicated that levels of food-borne pathogens are not any higher in re-used litter than those found in single-batch rearing.The Project Leader, QDPI&F's Nalini Chinivasagam, commenced litter trials on two farms in June last year with the aim o...

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DR SUSHANTTH  RAI, BELLIPADY DR SUSHANTTH RAI, BELLIPADY
Doctor of veterinary medicine
January 16, 2008
Nalini,
your project seems to very useful, I feel to be on the safer side, can we go in spraying of good disinfectant so that the risk of pathogen is reduced.

Dr Sushanth Rai
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January 16, 2008
Bonjour cest tres bien cependant: une bonne desinfection est de mise et recommondee:: merci ::
Confratelement votre

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