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Biosecurity, by definition, is a set of procedures that are carried out to limit the transmission of certain infectious pathogens to a vulnerable population. However, it is much more than that. Biosecurity is an attitude, a way of assessing potential risks and reacting to them. And the right attitude coupled with the right procedures will protect your hatchery against biosecurity threats. By Petersime’s team of incubation specialists.
DEVELOP A BIOSECURITY APPROACH FOCUSED ON THE INCUBATION PLANT
Successful hatchery operations start with biosecurity. There are procedures and protocols that must be followed. But in reality, biosecurity is much more than that. It is an attitude, not just a series of actions.
Promoting a culture of biosecurity is important for long-term success. Every hatchery employee must understand why solid biosecurity procedures are crucial to the success of the hatchery. When hatchery employees know the importance of biosecurity, they are likely to become more involved and wonder what specific steps they can take. The recent and widespread COVID-19 pandemic has helped us better understand this: what matters is the determination to do the right thing to protect people, animals, etc.
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