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What is the SNA Quality Charter for Hatcheries ?

The SNA Quality Charter for Hatcheries is taken from the “Guide des bonnes pratiques de l’accouvage” (“Guide to Good Hatchery Practices”) of November 1997, developed by scientists.

It is based on one major idea : never break the hygiene chain. And it lays down rules for sanitary control, with effective, lasting properties.

At the hatchery, the cleaning and disinfection operations are followed to prevent the risk of contamination by pathogens (Salmonella, Aspergillus, etc.) and to maintain a microbiological balance.

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