July 17, 2017, Developing and implementing biosecurity protocols for feed mills can be challenging. People and trucks from different farms consistently come and go, and equipment is difficult to clean.
Pathogens that enter a feed mill can be disseminated to other locations, creating the potential for an animal-health issue.
Enforcing a biosecurity plan is necessary to minimize adulterants and produce feed that is safe to distribute. For tips on evaluating a feed mill biosecurity plan. READ MORE
Four tips for feed mill biosecurity
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