Pathogens such as Salmonella and Campylobacter can undermine a food safety program and put your operation at risk. Likewise, the threat of emerging diseases such as Avian Influenza are consistently on producers' minds.
As a global leader in nutrition and health solutions, it is our mission at Kemin to provide biosecurity and food safety tools within our agricultural markets. This is why we have established a dedicated Pathogen Control Team. Using years of research and development, Kemin products like Sal CURB® and KEM SAN® were created to meet the ever-changing needs within the poultry production industry.
Sal CURB, a blend of aqueous formaldehyde and organic acids, is an antimicrobial agent used to keep animal feed ingredients Salmonella-negative for up to 21 days. Formaldehyde has been shown to have antimicrobial properties against viruses in feed.
PRO-OXINE AH, a broad-spectrum stabilized chlorine dioxide antimicrobial -- is proven to disinfect drinking water supply for poultry, swine, cattle and other livestock by reducing harmful, disease-causing bacteria.
KEM SAN is a unique combination of four effective organic acids buffered to an optimal pH range. KEM SAN is effective against biofilms in water lines. As part of a program approach, KEM SAN is proven to reduce plant condemnations, promote food safety and increase profitability. When applied to the poultry drinking water system 48 hours before harvest, KEM SAN fits into pre-harvest pathogen reduction strategies, reducing potential for cross-contamination in the processing plant.
OXINE AH is a broad-spectrum, stabilized chlorine dioxide disinfectant with proven efficacy against bacterial, viral and fungal pathogens.
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