Salmonella phage study underway on Kenyan poultry farms

  26 February 2020

The use of bacteriophages to kill Salmonella in poultry flocks is currently being investigated in Kenya. The work, driven by concerns about antibiotic overuse and antibiotic resistance, should result in a commercially available product aligned to local needs and offering an alternative to antibiotics.

 

Further reading: Poultry International
Author(s): Mark Clements
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