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What are the implications of wild animals for the spread of Salmonella and Campylobacter to poultry farms?
Dear Sandra, does this post answer some of your questions ?
Role of animated vectors in pathogen spreading
If not you can ask some more questions in this post.
It is tough to control outdoors with physical or chemical measures of the pathogens transmitted through wild animals.
How to prevent a wild bird from flying over our layers? however, if we can use an exhaustive vaccination protocol during breeding, immunizing our animals well, so that when they come into contact with the outside, they will be immunologically well prepared and do not suffer from any immunosuppressive disease that can facilitate infection and spread of other pathogens.
Thanks, Can you precise what kind of physical and chemical measures we can use and what are the most efficient ones, what are the ones that do not work and are to avoid ?
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