Common-sense biosecurity measures head off crop failures

Stephen G. Newman, Ph.D.

Absolute control is not often feasible, but steps can be taken to lessen introduction of potential pathogens Biosecurity can be defined as those procedures and operating protocols that hatchery and farm personnel use to minimize the impacts of disease on their animals. Sourcing of contaminant-free water is a challenge, so every hatchery should employ filtration…

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  • Stephen G. Newman, Ph.D.

    Stephen G. Newman, Ph.D.

    President and CEO
    AquaInTech Inc.
    6722 162nd Place Southwest
    Lynnwood, Washington 98037-2716 USA