Germ free poultry handling

I got a call the other day from the Department of Agriculture. They asked me if I would hand out some information for them. They created a flyer of disease prevention tips. Since I'm registered as a poultry farm, they asked if I would post one on my wall and hand them out to customers. I thought I'd post one here too, just so everyone gets a chance to read it.

germ free poultry handling poster

I know a lot of us know most of these things anyway, but it never hurts to be reminded. The only ones I ever have an issue with is the last two. The rest I do regularly. (I have hand sanitizer everywhere! lol)

Now excuse me while I go tell Sally that when I'm eating on the patio, she is not supposed to try to take a bite out of my food!
>Related reading: what is Avian Influenza and how to keep your chickens safe.


Want information on raising chickens sent right to your email weekly? Click right here to join my list and get new posts sent directly to you the day they're published. You'll also get the free download 25 Ways to save money raising chickens.

I am not a veterinarian or other animal care professional nor do I claim to be. I am simply passing on information that has worked for me and my flock. This information is for entertainment purposes only and is not meant to treat or diagnose any medical condition. Please see a vet if your chicken is ill. Click for my full disclaimer

No comments:

Post a Comment