Optimum hygiene is an important issue in the agricultural sector. Agricultural entrepreneurs benefit from good hygiene measures in and around the company, especially with the constant threat of African swine fever and bird flu. Efficient personal hygiene can not be underestimated, especially in an environment where human and animal infection is a risk factor.View our products
In the past few years, the agricultural sector has made strides in the area of hygiene measures. Since the outbreak of various diseases over the past decades, good hygiene is a must to be able to run your business successfully. You want to keep infectious germs outside your shed doors how ever you can. Because if your animals are ill, then this has serious consequences. This is certainly the case for the aggressive African swine fever virus or the H5N8 bird flu virus. Not only is the economic damage considerable, but the impact on you personally as an entrepreneur, on your employees and on your family can also be considerable. Fortunately, you can do something yourself to minimise the risk of bringing in germs.
Elpress has developed a handy tool-kit in which you can find various resources for applying personal hygiene on the shop floor. Download this special tool-kit quickly and easily via the button below.Download toolkit
There is no doubt that good personal hygiene is of the utmost importance in agriculture. It helps to reduce the risks of disease being introduced. That is why a clear hygiene protocol is indispensable.
You can achieve a lot on your farm to prevent infections without major interventions. For example, clear routing in the stables, separate materials for each animal group, a well-equipped hygiene sluice or changing room and company clothing and boots that are only worn in the animal houses.
With over 40 years of experience, Elpress has built up the necessary experience in agriculture. For every project, large or small, we increase our experience and share it to answer new hygiene issues.
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