Policy paper

The UK national control programme for Salmonella in breeding flocks (gallus gallus)

To reduce and/or maintain the prevalence of Salmonellas of public health significance in breeding flocks of gallus gallus on holdings in the UK.

This was published under the 2005 to 2010 Labour government


UK National Control Programme for Salmonella in Breeding Flocks (gallus gallus)

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The programme aims to met the target level set out in Regulation 1003/2005 which is a reduction of the maximum percentage of adult breeding flocks (comprising at least 250 birds) remaining positive to 1% or less by 31 December 2009.

Published 1 January 2009