Webinar March 18th: How to prevent Salmonella problems in broilers


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Webinar March 18th: How to prevent Salmonella problems in broilers


Netherlands March 18th 2020, 10:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. (CET)

Royal GD and MS Schippers join intellectual forces by offering webinars about crucial health issues in livestock farming. Join our webinar on March 18th about ‘How to prevent Salmonella problems in broilers’ with management and biosecurity.

Salmonella prevention starts with placing salmonella-free animals, in a Salmonella-free house and salmonella-free feed. On the other hand if there's already a presence of salmonella on farm, which and where are the risks factors for a re-contamination in a next cycle. In addition, good hygiene, in the broadest sense, is of utmost importance. Measures against the introduction of Salmonella also help against all kinds of other germs. Good hygiene starts with the basics: where is the company located and how is the company organized? With a good (sampling) protocol and good biosecurity one can safe (big) problems and money.


  • How to prevent Salmonella in broilers?
  • Solutions by management
  • Solutions by hygiene


  • Rogier van Leeuwen DVM, Veterinarian Poultry Health, Royal GD
  • Ruth Bouwstra DVM PhD, Director Business Unit Contract Research & Consulting
  • Thomas Mallens, HyCare Manager Poultry, MS Schippers

Registration is open!

Are you a farm manager, veterinarian or otherwise interested in poultry health? Please join us. Subscription is free of charge. If you have any questions, feel free to contact GD support.

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