TITLE

Značaj biosigurnosnih mera u primarnoj proizvodnji mesa brojlera

AUTHOR(S)
Rašeta, Mladen; Branković Lazić, Ivana; Lukić, Mirjana; Teodorović, Vlado; Lakićević, Brankica; Polaček, Vladimir
PUB. DATE
December 2015
SOURCE
Meat Technology / Tehnologija Mesa;2015, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p91
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The impact of disease on poultry production is one of the major limiting factors of successful performance in the poultry industry. Biosecurity can be defined as a way to assure safety from the transmission of infectious diseases, parasites and verbs. At the primary production level (broiler breeding) on a farm, the main problem is inconsistent implementation of biosecurity measures, as defined in the biosecurity protocol. Adequate implementation of biosecurity measures on farm depends from the least paid and educated workers and is subject to errors during everyday working practice. Therefore daily monitoring of employees 'performance is necessary, with continual education, whereby each detected non-compliance serves to improve the existing biosecurity protocol. Since the prevalence of Salmonella spp. on broiler meat at the slaughterhouse, among other factors, depends on Salmonella spp. prevalence on farm, in cases where technological operations are standardized at the slauhterhouse and when the hygiene level is equable, the data on Salmonella spp. prevalence can help us indirectly to assess adequate implementation o f biosecurity measures on farm. In our research, after strict and consistent implementation of biosecurity measures on farm, Salmonella spp. prevalence at the slaughterhouse was reduced from 24% to 10%.
ACCESSION #
114509510

 

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