Belated Monday links (because Tuesdays need some love too)

Neogen announces third quarter revenue and income increases

Want to know how we did this past quarter? Check out the press release here.

What is preventative care?

Fully Vetted’s Dr. Jennifer Coates gives readers a rundown on what to expect from spring preventative care for our beloved furry (or not so furry) friends.

Q&A with Elisabeth Hagen, Part II: Poultry, ‘pink slime’ and labeling

Food Safety News’ Helena Bottemiller chatted with Dr. Elisabeth Hagen, undersecretary for food safety for the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) about E. coli, her job, and “pink slime.”

March 30 brings highly anticipated USDA reports

The reports will contain predictions for the upcoming corn and soybean crops. If only it contained predictions about which team will win the Final Four.

The time is ripe for Salmonella

Pathogens could grow differently on fruits depending on how ripe they are, according to research from the Imperial College in London. Chalk another win up for the humans.

Sloppy hygiene blamed for rising cases of Campylobacter food poisoning

Quick summary: Wash your hands. And your counters. And your knives. And your washcloths.

Washington State University develops Campylobacter vaccine for chickens

And while we’re on the subject of Campylobacterthis.

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