TIPS FOR A BETTER USE OF THE HYGIENE LOCK – IT

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.

THE IMPORTANCE OF EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL BIOSECURITY – IT

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.

PRINCIPLES OF BIOSECURITY FOR HUNTERS – IT

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.

WATER SAMPLING STRATEGIES – IT

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.

BIOPON PROGRAMME – IT

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.

ON SITE ASSISTANCE FARM VETERINARIAN – IT

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.

BIOSECURITY AUDIT WITH THE PULSE TOOL – IT

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.