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Preparing for Pennsylvania Food Code Changes - Part 1 - News News
An important change for Pennsylvania establishments is that the person in charge in an operation must be a certified food protection manager and onsite at all times during operating hours. More
"Week Old Chicks" by Jack Berry
Respiratory Diseases in Small Poultry Flocks - Articles Articles

Respiratory Diseases in Small Poultry Flocks

Eva Wallner-Pendleton, DVM, MS, ACPV

Poultry respiratory symptoms have many potential causes, some more serious than others. More
Common Respiratory Diseases of Small Poultry Flocks
Common Respiratory Diseases of Small Poultry Flocks - Videos Videos

Common Respiratory Diseases of Small Poultry Flocks

Eva Wallner-Pendleton, DVM, MS, ACPV

7:57

Learn about causes and symptoms of several common respiratory diseases of poultry, and the prognosis and possible treatments for each. More
Getting Help for Respiratory Diseases in Small Poultry Flocks
Getting Help for Respiratory Diseases in Small Poultry Flocks - Videos Videos

Getting Help for Respiratory Diseases in Small Poultry Flocks

Eva Wallner-Pendleton, DVM, MS, ACPV

5:07

If your poultry show signs of respiratory disease, learn what you should do, where to find help, and the resources available to owners of small flocks. More
Preventing Respiratory Disease in Small Poultry Flocks
Preventing Respiratory Disease in Small Poultry Flocks - Videos Videos

Preventing Respiratory Disease in Small Poultry Flocks

Eva Wallner-Pendleton, DVM, MS, ACPV

9:15

To prevent respiratory disease, start with healthy birds and avoid introducing sick birds. Learn how to purchase healthy birds and add them to your flock. More
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Marek's Disease in Chickens - Articles Articles

Marek's Disease in Chickens

Eva Wallner-Pendleton, DVM, MS, ACPV, Gregory P Martin, Ph.D., PAS

Marek’s Disease is by far one of the most common illnesses in small flocks and not treatable once the clinical signs have begun. Yet, it is one of the most preventable illnesses using vaccination. More
Receiving Home Delivery Meals or Mailing Food, What Should You Do?
Receiving Home Delivery Meals or Mailing Food, What Should You Do? - Articles Articles
While the mail order food industry has relied on a safe track record, there is growing concern with the limited food safety guidance and regulations provided by FDA. More
Blood Collection from Poultry
Blood Collection from Poultry - Videos Videos

Blood Collection from Poultry

Eva Wallner-Pendleton, DVM, MS, ACPV

10:44

This video describes taking blood samples from poultry to test for exposure to infectious diseases. Correct bird restraint and handling of the sample are also demonstrated. More
Photo by Cpl. U. B. Roberts is in the public domain
Why Can't I Lick the Spoon? - Articles Articles

Why Can't I Lick the Spoon?

Richard Andrew Kralj, M Ed., RDN, LDN

Eating raw cookie dough or raw dough of any type may put you at risk for a foodborne illness! More
Health Benefits of Tomatoes
Health Benefits of Tomatoes - News News

Health Benefits of Tomatoes

05/22/2017

Tomatoes provide unique health benefits. They are full of essential vitamins and fiber. Low in calories, they do not have any fat in them, yet they are full of antioxidants. More
Introduction to Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza
Introduction to Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza - Videos Videos

Introduction to Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza

Gregory P Martin, Ph.D., PAS, Eva Wallner-Pendleton, DVM, MS, ACPV, Phillip Clauer

1:03

Introduction to risks of Avian Influenza a precautions you can take to protect your flock. More
Rhubarb Love it for its Taste; Eat it for Your Health
Rhubarb Love it for its Taste; Eat it for Your Health - Articles Articles

Rhubarb Love it for its Taste; Eat it for Your Health

Richard Andrew Kralj, M Ed., RDN, LDN

Rhubarb is a rich source of nutrients providing 45% of the Daily Value for Vitamin K in a serving size of 1 cup. More
Avian Influenza - Frequently Asked Questions for Pennsylvanians
Avian Influenza - Frequently Asked Questions for Pennsylvanians - Articles Articles

Avian Influenza - Frequently Asked Questions for Pennsylvanians

Patricia A Dunn, DVM, MAM, DACPV, Eva Wallner-Pendleton, DVM, MS, ACPV

Information for Pennsylvanians about the biology of Avian Influenza ("Bird Flu") and recent outbreaks. Updated August 6, 2015. More
Food Preservation: Setting the Record Straight on Canning Breads and Cakes
Food Preservation: Setting the Record Straight on Canning Breads and Cakes - Articles Articles
Breads and cakes canned in glass mason jars are not safe to eat. The risk for contracting a food-borne illness is high due to improper heating methods. More
Safe Handling of Venison is Easy with Advance Planning
Safe Handling of Venison is Easy with Advance Planning - Articles Articles

Safe Handling of Venison is Easy with Advance Planning

Richard Andrew Kralj, M Ed., RDN, LDN

This article looks at game from a food safety perspective and provides tips for safe handling of wild-harvested venison. More
What's on your dinner plate?
Venison, Is It For You? - Articles Articles

Venison, Is It For You?

Richard Andrew Kralj, M Ed., RDN, LDN

Venison is growing in popularity as a good source of animal protein. Learn the health benefits of including venison into your diet. More