bio-security

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bio-security

n
(Military) the precautions taken to protect against the spread of lethal or harmful organisms and diseases
ˌbio-seˈcure adj
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HPAB is about to change the way equine bedding is handled by implementing a state of the art bio-secure shavings recycling facility using an advanced technology process that will become an integral part of modern horse farms and County operations.
The SPS chapter also specifically provides for trade through bio-secure compartments, even where the territory or parts of the territory of the exporting Party suffers from an animal or plant disease.
Packages are either bio-secure small chicken houses with ready to lay pullets and poultry feed, seeds and tool kits for vegetable production and improved kitchen utensils and storage containers to improve food preservation, packaging and storage.
However, 400 of the rare arachnids, reared in a special bio-secure pod at the zoo, are to be reintroduced to marshes in Suffolk.
Lead Keeper Karen Entwistle is mum to 400 baby fen raft spiders in a purposebuilt, bio-secure pod at the zoo.
In essence the new system would involve taking fallen animals and processing them in underground tanks in a bio-secure way.
Aviagen, a poultry breeding company, is to use Matrix Microscience Patharix system for the routine Salmonella testing of visitors and staff to its Scottish, bio-secure farms.
The first programme, Worlds Apart, reveals exclusively the superclean, bio-secure, air-locked world of genetically modified pigs carrying humanised organs, for animal-to-human transplants.
These structures are bio-secure and are designed to protect the birds from environmental extremes such as temperature variability while allowing fresh air to constantly circulate.
The funding will also help build a shrimp production racking system, tanks and window enclosures for a bio-secure environment.
Lead keeper Karen Entwistle is hand-rearing 400 baby fen raft spiders in a purpose-built, bio-secure pod at the zoo.
By allowing the containment of fallen stock on-farm, as successfully trialled in Wales, we see the potential for a more efficient, environmentally friendly and bio-secure method of disposing of fallen stock.