Published in Vaccine Weekly, December 21st, 1998
Megan Animal Health, Inc., said the vaccine stimulates immunity and prevents infection in the animals. Although infected chickens do not get sick, they pass Salmonella to humans.
"We hope that the industry will see this as an inexpensive and effective vaccine to be used in all of its product lines," said Brian Clevinger, Megan.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved the vaccine for use on broilers, the chickens bred for their meat. It could eliminate...
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