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2010 March | Bird•B•Gone Blog

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Article Mentions Bird Control as an Important Facet in Food Safety

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

Growers first link in food safety

Mar 18, 2010 10:57 AM, By Cary Blake, Farm Press Editorial Staff

The salmonella threat in peanuts at the processing level last year pushed the U.S. industry to seek additional ways to strengthen food safety efforts across the supply chain � grower, sheller and manufacturer.

SOUTHERN SEED Association leadership, from left: Tye Curtis, president, Clovis, N.M.; Greg Hammer, first vice president, Killen, Ala.; Jim Craig, second vice president, Stuttgart, Ark.; and Richard Taylor, executive vice president, Leland, Miss.

In a response to the food safety problem, organizations including the American Peanut Council, Birdsong Peanuts, and JLA USA conducted listening sessions with farmers in peanut-growing regions. Growers were asked to detail where food safety risks could exist at the grower level and to offer solutions to reduce the likelihood.

Peanuts are food ingredients, so food quality is established at the farm,said Darlene Cowart, director of food safety and quality, Birdsong Peanuts, Blakely, Ga.

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“Birds are major carriers of salmonella,” Cowart said. “Bird netting and bird nest removal may be necessary in shed areas.”

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Bird-B-Gone Launches New Website for 2010

Thursday, March 4th, 2010


For Immediate Release:

Mission Viejo CA – Bird-B-Gone, Inc, leading manufacturer and supplier of professional bird control products, would like to announce the launch of their new and vastly improved website. The new site is streamlined, easy to use, and designed to meet the needs of professional bird control installers; there is heavy emphasis on training and product information.

Customers will find in-depth information including installation tips, specifications, CAD details and more. A press section details recent “bird jobs” and bird control news, and new forms allow customers to give feedback on products, or receive help quoting jobs. Our goal is not to “sell” products, but rather position customers to make the best quality decisions when it comes to designing, specifying and installing the right bird control product for the situation.

At Bird-B-Gone our expertise, training and customer service set us apart. Our motto is “Faith, Family & Friends”. Our products carry the longest industry guarantees, and are made in the United States. We have a team of Bird Control experts that can help solve virtually any pest bird problem.

Visit the new site today! www.birdbgone.com or call us at 1-800-392-6915 for more information.

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