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Where are the eggs?
#46
[URL="http://www.cdc.gov/NCIDOD/DBMD/DISEASEINFO/salment_g.htm#How%20Eggs%20Become%20Contaminated"]Everything you wanted to know and some[/URL] hope it doesn't put you off your eggs for lunch Squirrel :p
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#47
Nah - already eaten! My son phoned (truck driver) and said he was in the vicinity so took his compulary break at home and we had lunch together! Quite made my day! Havn't seen him for a good couple of months!



Will go away and peruse your link!
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#48
Had a good read - now we know how to keep humans healthy, next question is, from the hen's point of view, how do we keep her safe, or can't we?
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#49
I haven't had time to read the whole article but [URL="http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/VM017"]this[/URL] looks to be quite relvant - I can find out loads of stuff on what to do with the eggs and vaccinations but very little on how to stop the hens from getting it in the first place
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#50
See rodent control is mentioned! Must get some traps down with poison in them!



Having great problems staying on line tonight! Every two or three minutes I lose my connection! Must be the weather!
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#51
I'm not having a problem Squirrel, with the line i mean :rolleyes:
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#52
Tiscali is terrible when the weather is playing up! It is more likely my very rural line! We are right on the edge of the accepted distance from the exchange for broadband!
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