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Join us for an exciting webinar that will provide a step-by-step review of the current state of the Poultry industry, the technology, as well as the practical application that may be utilized to monitor process control, make food safety decisions and contribute towards meeting new performance standards. This new approach can be applied on farm, in slaughter, as well as further processing to facilitate real time decision making regarding Salmonella control.   

 What You'll Learn:

  • Integration of Salmonella Limits Testing in Ground Product: A Practical Example
  • State of the Poultry Industry: Meeting the New Performance Standards
  • What is Limits Testing?: A Technical Overview

 Speaker Panel

Melody Thompson

Melody Thompson, MPHCorporate FSQR Superintendent 

Cargill, Inc. 

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Erin Dreyling, PhD, Director of Government & Scientific Affairs

Roka Bioscience
    

Evan_Chaney_webinar W. Evan Chaney, PhD, Senior Manager of Scientific Affairs

Roka Bioscience
 

 

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