Could the egg recall have been avoided with salmonella vaccines?

08/25/2010 | Google

The recent egg recall triggered by a salmonella outbreak in the U.S. probably could have been avoided if the nation's chickens were given salmonella vaccines, some say. Officials in the U.K. say the vaccines have helped ensure egg safety in Europe. An Iowa veterinarian said he expects more poultry producers to begin having their flocks vaccinated as a result of the outbreak.

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