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Bird-B-Gone Launches Today’s Facility Manager Bird Control Channel

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

From Today’s Facility Manager:

 

By Mary Ellen McCandless, on August 8, 2011, at 3:30 pm

Bird-B-Gone has unveiled its new Bird Control Channel on the Today’s Facility Manager website.


Founded in 1992, Bird-B-Gone’s products have helped solve pest bird problems in commercial, industrial and residential settings across the globe. Bird-B-Gone offers effective and humane solutions to prevent birds from landing and roosting in unwanted areas. Products include Bird Netting and Hardware, Bird Spikes, Electric Track Systems, Live Traps and more. Bird-B-Gone has a devoted team of bird control engineers with over 80 years of combined experience to help in all aspects of bird control including design and installation.

 

Visit Bird-B-Gone’s Bird Control Channel to learn more.

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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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