Entering the poultry house, as a critical point for pathogens introduction in the farm, is a good example of this comprehensive approach. This factsheet gives simple, comfortable and intuitive tips and routine procedures to hepl with this compliance.
This factsheet proposes a framework and some tips to prepare and use the videos to disseminate scientific and technical information to farmers and advisors.
This factsheet presents the use of fluroescent substances in biosecurity trainings to help visualize “pathogens” in anterooms.
This factsheet presents to benefits of coaching as a supporting measure in direct selling farms.
For each species, animal movements have to be controlled to avoid cross contaminations. When impossible, the risk should be mitigated by applying stricter biosecurity measures. This factsheet explains the specific biosecurity measures possible.
We need to prevent the introduction of infectious diseases into the farm and making the animals sick. However it is also crucial to prevent if a disease appears in one barn the spread of infection from one barn to another. This factsheet details this.
This factsheet presents ways to check the efficiency of cleaning and disinfection, through hygienograms and total aerobic bacterial counts
This factsheet presents specific biosecurity measures applied in Hungary when an Avian Influenza infection is detected.
This factsheet shows an alternative to physical farm tour that might not be possible during big health crisis, thanks to virtual farm tour.
This factsheet presents the coaching experiences in Italy on integrated pilot farms.
This factsheet details specific biosecurity procedures for vaccination teams and catching crews.
This italian factsheet explains what an integrated company is and the benefits of this integration to improve biosecurity.
This factsheet shows specific biosecurity procedures in Poland to be established and adapted to farm conditions for vaccination programs.
This factsheet shows the methodology and success of workshops as a supporting measure for farmers in the improvement of their biosecurity.
All disinfectants used on poultry farms are potentially dangerous for the health of people, birds, and the environment. This factsheet presents appropriate use and storing of these products.
The risk of the transfer of pathogens into the poultry farm for hunters (farmers, farm workers, or visitors) coming into contact with infected wild birds or a contaminated environment is high. This factsheet present the biosecurity measures to take according to this hobby.
This factsheet presents interactive registers that are useful tools for data collection of biosecurity measures during daily on farm operations.
This factsheet presents the economic impact of salmonella in Spanish farms when a case is detected.
This factsheet presents the economic impact of avian influenza in Spanish farms when a case is detected.
This factsheet presents a guide for biosecurity trainings and workshops to help improve biosecurity compliance of farmers and poultry workers, and to support them.
This factsheet presents specific instruction for truck drivers from feed mills to respect biosecurity at all time.
The postcard contains a checklist for hobby poultry farmers toproperly house their animals. All farmers and advisors can use the postcard to inform people.
In this factsheet you will read some tricks to encourage yourvisitor, consciously and unconsciously, to use the hygiene lock aseffectively as possible.
This factsheets gives a protocol for going through your hygiene lock and respect biosecurity at all steps. This protocol can be downloaded and modified as you please for your farm.
This factsheet presents a protocol to respect biosecurity during egg collection and transportation.
This factsheet presents the key points on water quality considering the label Belplume in Belgium.
Water is a crucial nutrient, and poor water quality and quantity will have a negative impact on production performance. This factsheet presents sampling strategies to better manage water sanitation.
This factsheet presents ways in Belgium to do an effective cleaning and disinfection and to check it.
Vehicles from different sources and purposes are a risk for diseasetransmission as they visit several poultry farms on a day-to-day basis. This factsheet presents ways to reduce risks associated with these vehicles.
This NetPoulSafe webinar presents the importance of hygiene lock and the compliance with associated biosecurity measures, and a risk-based scoring tool to quantify and improve biosecurity in poultry production (Biocheck.Ugent).
Discover in this video how important the water quality is, and how to protect the spread of diseases through water in poultry farms.
This video explains how to apply and manage biosecurity in free-range poultry farming, in French and in English.
This video explains why it is important to use an anteroom in your poultry farm, and how to use it correctly, in French or in English.
This video made by MATE and UVMB describes how biosecurity in the Hungarian poultry production works to control diseases
This video made by CECAV and CESAC describes how biosecurity in the Spanish poultry production works to control diseases
This video made by ITAVI describes how biosecurity in the French poultry production works to control diseases
This video made by UNIPD describes how biosecurity in the Italian poultry production works to control diseases
This video made by UGENT describes how biosecurity in the Belgian poultry production works to control diseases
A technical article presenting Dutch results on biosecurity level among their poultry farmers, written by ZLTO.
Jeroen Dewulf and Arthi Amalraj, from Ugent , Belgium, are discussing about how to measure effectively biosecurity in livestock production.
Jeroen Dewulf and Nele Caekebeke are discussing the interest of coaching as a supporting method to help farmers improve biosecurity compliance in their farms.
Dr Luc Ledoux (Cidlines) and Hilde Van Meirhaeghe (Vetworks) are discussing about important issues and solutions to improve hygiene and biosecurity in hatcheries.
This factsheet explains how to use paint 3D and Google maps to visualize and work on the zoning on poultry farms.
This factsheet presents the biosecurity audit tool Biocheck.Ugent, that can give a biosecurity scoring in poultry farms to measure biosecurity level.
This factsheet explains how the Biopon programme set up in Spain helps the poultry farmers to detect risk factors for entry of pathogenic microorganisms, as a on-site biosecurity audit tool.
This factsheet gives a checklist for a biosecurity check in poultry farms in Italy.
This factsheet gives a checklist to perform a biosecurity check in poultry farms in Hungary.
This factsheet explains how coaching can be a very useful tool to help poultry farmers improve biosecurity in their farms.
This factsheet explain why it is important to train poultry farm workers on biosecurity, as it is done in Belgium.
This factsheet explain how ELISA tool can be useful for poultry advisors for the evaluation of the farms sanitary barrier effectiveness, as it is used in Poland.
This factsheet presents the guide written by University of Budapest to help the poultry farmers in Hungary to implement the biosecurity regulation in their farms.
This factsheet explains how bringing a team of farmer, vet, feed and farm advisors together is sharing different sources of knowledge together, making the Multi Actor Farm Health approach an effective approach to improve biosecurity on poultry farms.
This factsheet presents the practical sheets that are used in France to help poultry farmers to implement the biosecurity regulation in their farms according to the different production systems and theirspecificities.
This factsheet explains how biosecurity checks are performed by stakeholders in integrated poultry companies in Italy.
This facsheet gives some self-development tools to poultry farmers so as they know better what their personality is, to be able to collaborate more efficiently with their advisers.
This factsheet explains why it is important for poultry farmers to have a trusted veterinarian for advice them on biosecurity and his role in Spain to assist the farmer.
This facsheet explains how the participatory approach has been used in France as a supportive measure to help poultry farmers to improve biosecurity in their farms.
This factsheet explains how to perform a biosecurity audit in fattening palmiped farms (ducks and geese), in palmiped foie gras farms, and in free-range broiler farms, with the tool PULSE developed by ITAVI in France.
This factsheet explains to poultry farmers the key points of the Italian regulation for poultry production.
This factsheets explains the spanish approach to motivate and raise awareness in poultry farmers to implement the correct biosecurity protocols in their farms with theoretical/practical courses.
This factsheet explains to poultry farmers the importance of being trained about biosecurity and how this is implemented in Hungary.
This factsheet explains how to prepare a dedicated diagnostic station for necropsy for the safety and effective work of the visiting veterinarian in Poland, and why it is important to train poultry farmers to it.