ADM Animal Nutrition presented at the International Poultry Science Forum (IPSF) at IPPE 2022 on feed additives that can impede Salmonella, necrotic enteritis, and coccidiosis linked challenges in broilers.
A UK government report noted 756 isolations of Salmonella from animal feed in 2020 - from both compound feed and feed ingredients – that number represented a hike of 6% compared to 2019 and it was over 20% on 2018.
A phage cocktail reduced Salmonella count to below detection limits in broilers, according to the findings of a recent study by experts based at AB Agri, along with the Universities of Leicester and Nottingham.
In detecting Salmonella in feed, it is essential to use suitable methodology, says a team of researchers based at the USDA-ARS National Poultry Research Center, in Athens Georgia and pathogen control provider, Anitox.
The Vietnam Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has decided to postpone the implementation of new maximum levels (MLs) for Salmonella and heavy metals in feed ingredients of plant origin for one year, until July 1, 2021, for further review...
A new US based research paper suggests that sequencing of feed during manufacturing reduces Salmonella-positive contamination within animal feed and on manufacturing surfaces, particularly after the second batch or with the use of chemical treatments.
There was a low Salmonella prevalence in compound feed for all production animals in 2018, according to the findings of a report on trends and sources of zoonoses from the EU Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the EU Centre for Disease Prevention and Control...