Poultry Dust: Its Danger and How to Control It

Poultry Dust: Its Danger and How to Control It Many poultry farmers take the adverse effect of poultry dust with levity, without taking any serious steps to cushion its effect on health.   One of the major occupational health hazards in poultry farming bedeviling farmworkers is the incidence of respiratory diseases and other bacterial-related diseases.   Staff is exposed to many different airborne particles that are known collectively as poultry dust.   Constant and excessive exposure to poultry sheds, litter, materials, and equipment can harm the respiratory system of a farmworker, which consists of the nose, throat, airways, and lungs.

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