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March 24th, 2021 (archive)

Innovations in Biosecurity Measures for Feed Mills

Contaminated feed may contribute to the spread of viruses, like African Swine Fever, throughout a feed mill. But employing biosecurity measures can significantly lower the instances of pathogens on feed contact surfaces.

In this webinar, Dr. Cassie Jones of Kansas State University (KSU) will offer up innovative and practical biosecurity solutions based on her research with the Animal Nutrition Association of Canada and the Swine Health Information that looked at ways viruses could potentially enter a feed mill and how to mitigate those risks.

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Dr. Cassie Jones

Associate Professor @Kansas State University

Cassie Jones

Dr. Cassie Jones is an Associate Professor at Kansas State University. Cassie’s research efforts include methods to prevent the transmission of African swine fever virus and Salmonella through animal food. She is a regular resource to FDA and USDA as they work to develop science-based regulations, as well as to industry as they built best practice recommendations.