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Supporting business continuity during a highly pathogenic avian influenza outbreak: a collaboration of industry, academia, and government.

Abstract Since 2006, a collaborative group of egg industry, state, federal, and academia representatives have worked to enhance preparedness in highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) planning. The collaborative group has created a draft egg product movement protocol, which calls for realistic, science-based contingency plans, biosecurity assessments, commodity risk assessments, and real-time reverse transcriptase-PCR testing to support the continuity of egg operations while also preventing and eradicating an HPAI outbreak. The work done by this group serves as an example of how industry, government, and academia can work together to achieve better preparedness in the event of an animal health emergency. In addition, in the event of an HPAI outbreak in domestic poultry, U.S. consumers will be assured that their egg products come from healthy chickens.
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Journal Title avian diseases
Publication Year Start
%A Hennessey, Morgan; Lee, Brendan; Goldsmith, Timothy; Halvorson, Dave; Hueston, William; McElroy, Kristina; Waters, Katherine
%T Supporting business continuity during a highly pathogenic avian influenza outbreak: a collaboration of industry, academia, and government.
%J Avian diseases, vol. 54, no. 1 Suppl, pp. 387-389
%D 03/2010
%V 54
%N 1 Suppl
%M eng
%B Since 2006, a collaborative group of egg industry, state, federal, and academia representatives have worked to enhance preparedness in highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) planning. The collaborative group has created a draft egg product movement protocol, which calls for realistic, science-based contingency plans, biosecurity assessments, commodity risk assessments, and real-time reverse transcriptase-PCR testing to support the continuity of egg operations while also preventing and eradicating an HPAI outbreak. The work done by this group serves as an example of how industry, government, and academia can work together to achieve better preparedness in the event of an animal health emergency. In addition, in the event of an HPAI outbreak in domestic poultry, U.S. consumers will be assured that their egg products come from healthy chickens.
%K Agriculture, Animals, Commerce, Disease Outbreaks, Eggs, Food Industry, Government, Influenza in Birds, Poultry, Risk Assessment, United States
%P 387
%L 389
%Y 10.1637/8700-031509-Reg.1
%W PHY
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