STUDY ON APPLYING OF SOME ADDITIONAL MEASURES OF BIOSAFETY IN FARM CHICKENS FOR EGG CONSUMPTION
Doina Leonte, C. Leonte, Lenuţa Fotea, C.E. Nistor
Quality and safety production in farm animals are guaranteed by the proper application of bio security measures. Ignoring them is usually followed by an increase in production costs due to expenses against possible infections and infestations. The current paper studies the possibility of improving general bio security measures in fowls egg consumption farms. Through sanitation tests was checked the impact of crossing vehicles through the disinfector road. Staphylococcal test was conducted at a specialized laboratory. From the 12 sanitation samples two were inadequate, which indicates that at one wheel, the decontamination was not performed properly. Following the measure of running the car at lower speed and to repeat the passing of the automotive-bunker through the disinfector road, the staphylococcal test was negative. This results are highlighted by the analysis bulletins presented in this paper.
Key words: bio security, decontamination, prophylaxis