New Zealand is free of major Exotic Poultry Diseases

June 26, 2014

New Zealand has a unique status as being free of the three major exotic avian diseases. Avian influenza (bird flu), Newcastle’s Disease and Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD)...

Poultry goes gourmet with the times

Changing tastes, changing demographics and an increasing openness by New Zealanders to new dining experiences are driving the popularity of a number of new products that barely...

Off Label Use of Unrestricted Poultry Vaccines

This document is intended as a guideline that outlines off label uses of unrestricted poultry vaccines that are considered technically sound, and professionally acceptable. 1....

Q & A for Antibiotics

Should poultry consumers be worried about antibiotic resistance? The report indicates that the likelihood in New Zealand of possible transfer of antibiotic resistance in meat,...

Campy cases heading downwards

For some time, the poultry industry has been working hard, both on farms and in the processing plants, to reduce the prevalence of Campylobacter on chicken. The NZFSA’s...
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