Ohio Science Improves Safety Of Australian Poultry

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Source: Ohio Farmer

Staff reporting

Feb. 4, 2014

"This is like one of those IBM television ads, "How does a salmonella outbreak in a poultry barn in Perth Australia, impact the lives of scientists writing risk analysis software in Columbus, Ohio?"

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