Mar 05, 2013
Global Green’s Salmonella Vaccine Produces No Stress in Poultry and Strengthens Immune System
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Global Green, Inc. (GOGC) today announced that Salmogenics, the Company’s patented Salmonella vaccine for poultry, produces no stress in poultry. The vaccine is injected in-ovo, before the chick is formed, resulting in no stress to a live bird. In field studies, Salmogenics has also been proven to strengthen the immune system in poultry, providing more resources to fight stressors such as extreme weather conditions, vaccination, beak trimming, insufficient housing space and many such disturbing conditions.
“Stress in poultry could result in immune suppression, poor weight gain, high feed conversion rate and depression in egg production – in short, reduction in the general well-being as well as performance,” according to a February 2013 article on www.worldpoultry.net.
Dr. Mehran Ghazvini, Chairman and CEO, stated, “Stressors in poultry can often be multiple and disastrous. With Salmogenics, the quality of life for the chickens is improved, returns to the poultry grower are increased, and the quality of the protein source for the consumer is improved.”
Salmogenics is in the final stage of testing and trials before the final U.S. Department of Agriculture/Food Safety and Inspection Service (“USDA”) approval for its commercial application.
About Global Green, Inc.
Global Green, Inc. is a green bio-pharmaceutical company committed to identifying technology platforms and commercializing vaccines that contain natural organisms that are not genetically modified, utilizing pharmaceutical standards without the use of mercury. For more information, visitwww.globalgreeninc.com.
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