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In spite of the significant leaps achieved in the field of food safety, various foodborne diseases, food-related outbreaks, and different types of product losses during the food supply chain process still occur and many plant and animal pathogens continue to pose serious concerns for the agricultural community. Acute food-borne disease infections and intoxications are much more of a concern to governments and the food industry today than a few decades ago.

Application of MicroKill in Agriculture

  • Cattle farming

  • Pig farming

  • Poultry farming

  • Milking parlors

  • Field Crops

  • Horticulture

  • Greenhouses

Uses of MicroKill in Agriculture

  • Hygiene of staff on-site, veterinarians and all persons entering in the buildings: Disinfection of hands, boots…

  • In cattle, pigs, goats - Teat dip sterilisation

  • Skin and wound treatment in all animals: Apply undiluted MicroKill Disinfectant to any superficial skin infection and wounds.

  • Hoof bath: Treat hoof infections, use undiluted MicroKill Disinfectant at least once daily for 7-10 days

  • Injection into the irrigation supply networks: 

    • Purification of water

    • Disinfection of pipes

    • Elimination of biofilm from water drinking lines and wet walls

    • Destruction of algae

  • Disinfection and fogging: 

    • Sanitizing the premises

    • Air sanitation

    • Disinfection of equipment

    • Disinfection of containers

    • Drinking bowls disinfection

    • Decontamination of waste water

    • Disinfection of milking equipment

    • Disinfection of food silos to prevent bacterial growth and ensure better conservation of silage.

    • Fogging for plant disinfection.

  • In drinking water for livestock:

    • Reduction in illnesses

    • Strong decrease in antibiotics

    • Reduced mortality

    • Better growth

    • Increased vitality

    • Better fertility rate

Benefits of using  MicroKill in Agriculture







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