Will FDA reconsider hen vaccination program?

With the U.S. engaged in the biggest egg recall effort ever, the New York Times examines the FDA's recent decision that it would not require the vaccination of the country's chickens against salmonella. Faced with an outbreak of salmonella more than a decade ago, the U.K. initiated a vaccination program that has virtually eliminated the bacteria as a health threat. The cost: One cent per dozen eggs. Article

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