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Biosécurité à la ferme dans le secteur de la volaille

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POULVET - Avian Health & Biosecurity - Articles. Compartimentation dans la lutte contre l'influenza aviaire. WORLD POULTRY CONGRESS - AOUT 2012 - poultry biosecurity evaluation and indicators. APHIS USDA - JANVIER 2011 - Backyard Biosecurity - 6 Ways To Prevent Poultry Diseases. LSU AG CENTER - JUN 2013 - Animal industry news. Au sommaire: Poultry Biosecurity Plans: It is time to review them! Dr.

LSU AG CENTER - JUN 2013 - Animal industry news. Au sommaire: Poultry Biosecurity Plans: It is time to review them!

Charles Hutchison The milk--o feed ratio for June was announced at 1.53, which is identical to the May ratio and similar to the 1.54 and 1.48 ratios in April and March, respectively. The milk-to-feed ratio is sometimes referred to as a profitability ratio since it is a rough measure of dairy profitability, with ratios above 2.0 considered profitable.

However, the ratio has been below 2.0 for the past couple of years; yet milk production nationwide continues to increase. This has led some people to question how valid the USDA’s milk-to-feed ratio is. The all-milk price used in calculating June’s ratio was identical to May’s at $19.70/cwt. On June 19 the U.S. Milk prices for the rest of the year will depend on many factors, such as U.S. milk production, input costs, export market, supply of dairy products, and demand for milk and dairy products along with the health of the general economy. On a more positive note, April fluid milk sales increased 1.1% from April last year. Dr. Animals. FAO - 2016 - Guide de biosécurité pour les marchés de volailles vivantes. ACIA 27/04/14 Guide général du producteur - Norme nationale de biosécurité pour les fermes avicoles.

Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 01/2012 Avian Influenza transmission risks: analysis of biosecurity measures and contact structure in Dutch poultry farming. Abstract In the 2003 epidemic of highly pathogenic avian influenza in Dutch poultry, between-farm virus transmission continued for considerable time despite control measures.

Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 01/2012 Avian Influenza transmission risks: analysis of biosecurity measures and contact structure in Dutch poultry farming

Gaining more insight into the mechanisms of this spread is necessary for the possible development of better control strategies. We carried out an in-depth interview study aiming to systematically explore all the poultry production activities to identify the activities that could potentially be related to virus introduction and transmission. One of the between-farm contact risks that were identified is the movement of birds between farms during thinning with violations of on-farm biosecurity protocols. In addition, several other risky management practices, risky visitor behaviours and biosecurity breaches were identified. Preventive Veterinary Medicine Volume 115, Issues 1–2, 1 July 2014, Pig, cattle and poultry farmers with a known interest in research have comparable perspectives on disease prevention and on-farm biosecurity. POULTRY SCIENCE - 2014 - Biocheck.UGent: A quantitative tool to measure biosecurity at broiler farms and the relationship with technical performances and antimicrobial use.

ANIMAL HEALTH AUSTRALIA - AVRIL 2015 - National Farm Biosecurity Technical Manual for Egg Production. UNIVERSITE CHEIKH ANTA DIOP DE DAKAR - 2011 - Thèse en ligne : COÛT D’UNE MISE A NIVEAU DES MESURES DE BIOSECURITE DANS LES FERMES AVICOLES DU SECTEUR 3 AU SENEGAL. OIE 19/05/15 Un renforcement des mesures de biosécurité est recommandé par l’OIE dans les élevages afin d’enrayer la diffusion de la grippe aviaire dans le monde.

Depuis début 2014, des foyers de grippe dite aviaire impliquant différentes souches du virus ont été déclarées dans plus de 35 de pays, touchant toutes les régions du globe.

OIE 19/05/15 Un renforcement des mesures de biosécurité est recommandé par l’OIE dans les élevages afin d’enrayer la diffusion de la grippe aviaire dans le monde

Ces différents évènements ont entrainé la mort, naturelle ou du fait des abattages sanitaires, de plusieurs dizaines de millions de volailles. Si une circulation régulière du virus, notamment parmi les oiseaux sauvages , n’est pas une situation exceptionnelle, la recrudescence récente de foyers de maladie détectés dans le monde réaffirme la nécessité d’une meilleure application des normes intergouvernementales adoptées par les 180 pays membres de l’OIE en matière de surveillance, de détection précoce, de réponse rapide aux foyers et de prévention et contrôle de la maladie, en particulier la biosécurité des élevages et parfois la vaccination des volailles. ©OIE K. Hamilton Heureusement, la souche virale est restée stable, et la pandémie crainte évitée. Scientifica (Cairo). 2016; 2016: 1914692. Appraisal of Chicken Production with Associated Biosecurity Practices in Commercial Poultry Farms Located in Jos, Nigeria.