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- Orthomyxoviridae Influenzavirus A
Additional Disease Specific Resources
|USDA Foreign Animal Disease Preparedness and Response (FAD PReP)|
|Additional Web Resources for Avian Influenza|
|Secure Food Supply|
Secure Food Supply Plans for eggs and turkeys are designed to provide business continuity in the face of a foreign animal disease outbreak.
General Disease Prevention Practices for Poultry Farms
Avian influenza viruses are influenza A viruses. These enveloped viruses are susceptible to a wide variety of disinfectants, including sodium hypochlorite, 60% to 95% ethanol, quaternary ammonium compounds, aldehydes (glutaraldehyde, formaldehyde), phenols, acids, povidone-iodine and other agents. They can also be inactivated by heat of 56-60°C (133-140°F) for a minimum of 60 minutes (or higher temperatures for shorter periods), as well as by ionizing radiation or extremes of pH (pH 1-3 or pH 10-14).
|Signs and Templates|
One-page handout outlining basic biosecurity measures that should be used on farms to prevent the introduction and spread of disease.
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