Washington State Curtailing Live Poultry Sales

This article is from the State of Washington this week. It goes into details about curtailing live poultry sales due to the avian influenza affecting multiple counties. If you make decisions in the poultry industry, and you would like to speak with us about non-toxic sanitizing solutions which can help your birds, equipment, and employees stay safe then you are welcome to contact us about your specific situation.

https://www.king5.com/article/news/local/washington-live-poultry-sales-bird-flu/281-319d8bb4-a22d-4c2e-8aaa-bd9dfacb476e

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Two Avian Flu News Articles Today

Two news articles came out today about avian (bird) flu, and its effects in recent days. One article is from Pennsylvania and the other from Oklahoma.

If you make decisions for poultry processing and similar poultry industry businesses, and you would like to explore ways to reduce these risks to the birds, your employees and equipment then contact us today. We look forward to discussing your situation with you and solutions which could be helpful to your company.

https://lancasteronline.com/news/local/avian-influenza-infects-seventh-pennsylvania-farm-state-department-of-agriculture-confirms/article_033a9870-ca1f-11ec-9531-7f057f14359e.html

https://kfor.com/news/local/avian-influenza-found-in-oklahoma-commercial-poultry-flock/

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New Science Article On Avian Flu

Science published this week an in-depth article on the avian flu outbreak. There are some topics of interest to those in the poultry processing and other areas of the poultry industry, so take a moment to review if this article is helpful. Also, remember to contact us regarding your needs for non-toxic sanitizer. which can help along the entire poultry production process; and the solution is safe for the birds as well as your equipment and employees.

https://www.science.org/content/article/record-avian-flu-outbreak-threatening-north-america-s-birds-virus-here-stay

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USDA APHIS Resource

A recent article (https://www.agriculture.com/livestock/poultry/how-to-monitor-flocks-and-report-suspected-avian-influenza) includes a paragraph about biosecurity and links to the USDA APHIS page titled “Defend The Flock”: https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/ourfocus/animalhealth/animal-disease-information/avian/defend-the-flock-program/dtf-resources/dtf-resources

Contact us today for how we may help you with non-toxic sanitizing solutions if you are involved with poultry processing and similar poultry industry businesses.

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CDC Resource For 2022 Bird Flu

This resource from the CDC will keep you updated on the 2022 bird flu detection numbers from across the United States, including the number of birds affected.

https://www.cdc.gov/flu/avianflu/data-map-commercial.html

If you are involved in the poultry processing or other areas of the poultry business and want to discuss non-toxic options to help your business & your employees during this current situation then you are welcome to contact us today or visit our website for more information.

https://contagioncontrolsolutions.com/meat-%26-poultry-solutions

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Bird Flu Article From Forbes

We have possible solutions for poultry processors and other who are concerned about this situation affecting the industry, so you are welcome to contact us today to discuss your specific needs and how we may be able to help.

Here is the April 1, 2022 article from Forbes.com about the bird flu situation affecting farms and Costco:

https://www.forbes.com/sites/chloesorvino/2022/04/01/costcos-rotisserie-chicken-supply-threatened-by-bird-flu/

Studies About HOCL And Avian Influenza

One of the studies we reference in our presentation to poultry processors and similar poultry/meat packaging professionals is a study on PubMed (NIH website) detailing the possible benefits of hypochlorous acid (HOCL) when used to address the avian influenza virus.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25421399/

You are welcome to contact us regarding the other studies listed in this image. Thank you.

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