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Investigating sanitation of surface water for poultry using chlorine - IBDV models

  • Organisation The University of Melbourne

Investigating sanitation of surface water for poultry using chlorine - IBDV models

To minimise the spread of disease, chlorination has been identified as the most appropriate and cost effective method for treating surface water in the poultry industry.

Leading research

To minimise the spread of disease, chlorination has been identified as the most appropriate and cost effective method for treating surface water in the poultry industry. This study was undertaken in order to develop a process for quantifying and managing the risk of surface water contamination in Australian poultry production.

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