E.coli in a flock reduces the performance per hen housed (phh) and harms farm profitability. Effective biosecurity programs for E.coli include the creation of a low pathogen living environment, which helps prevent problematic infections. What hygiene measures should you take to prevent infection of your flock?
Loss of productivity
Loss of revenue
Learn about measures you can take that make impact
How cleaning helps prevent E.Coli infections
How disinfection helps prevent E.Coli Infections
Why clean drinking water is a precondition for healthy animals
How hygiene powder contributes to the prevention of e.coli infections
In this one page summary you will learn how e.coli infections spreads and about the role of cleaning in a prevention program.
E. Coli infections are commonly triggered by poor hygiene management in poultry farms, creating a high pathogen environment. What measures do you need to take?
In this one page summary you will learn how E.coli infections spread and about the role of disinfection in a prevention program.
Problematic growth of E.coli infections occurs if the animal has additional health problems, lowering it's resistance to germ pressure from the environment.
In this one page summary you will learn how E.coli infections spreads and why clean drinking water is critical in a prevention program.
Animals with underlying health problems have a higher chance on infections, as their lower resistance makes them more susceptible to germs i.e. in unclean drinking water.
In this one pager you will find detailed information on E.coli infections.
A dry living environment helps to prevent the spread of E.coli.
In this one pager you will find detailed information on E.coli infection.
Gut health is an important factor to help prevent infection.