Good Biosecurity on Farms
We all know what good on-farm biosecurity programs are about:
- washing your hands
- wearing barn specific clothes
- keeping good records
But how good are we at preventing contamination by practicing biosecurity?
To assess the effectiveness of on-farm biosecurity practices GloGerm™ was used to simulate disease spread & contamination at the Arkell Poultry Research Station in Guelph Ontario. This allowed us to observe how well project volunteers were able to contain the “spread of disease”.
For more information on this project, click on the name of the fact sheets below you wish to see:
Please click here to download a slideshow presentation that highlights the results of the original project.