AUGUST 29, 2017

| by Clark, B., Stewart, G.B., Panzone, L.A., Kyriazakis, I., Niemi J.K., Latvala, T., Tranter, R., Jones, P. and Frewer, L.J.

Consumer views on controlling production diseases in intensive production systems

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AUGUST 29, 2017

| by Clark, B., Stewart, G.B., Panzone, L.A., Kyriazakis, I. and Frewer, L.J.

Consumer willingness-to-pay and attitudes for farm animal welfare: a systematic review and meta-analysis

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AUGUST 29, 2017

| by Philip Jones, Jarkko Niemi, and Richard Tranter

Stakeholder preferred ways to reduce production diseases in broiler chickens and layer hens

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AUGUST 29, 2017

| by Jarkko Niemi, Nathalie Le’Floch, Philip Jones

Does good biosecurity in pig fattening pay? - a case study

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AUGUST 24, 2017

| by R. Olsen, E. Kudirkiene, I. Thøfner, S. Pors, P. Karlskov-Mortensen, L. Li, S. Papasolomontos, C. Angastiniotou, J. Christensen

Impact of egg disinfection of hatching eggs on the eggshell microbiome and bacterial load

Abstract

Disinfection of hatching eggs is essential to ensure high quality production of broilers. Different protocols are followed in different hatcheries; however, only limited scientific evidence on how the disinfection procedures impact the microbiome is available. The aim of the present study was to characterize the microbiome and aerobic bacterial load of hatching eggs before disinfection and during the subsequent disinfection steps. The study included a group of visibly clean and a group of visibly dirty eggs. For dirty eggs, an initial wash in chlorine was performed, hereafter all eggs were submitted to two times fumigation and finally spray disinfection. ...