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Allen Family Farms draws on experience to stop losses from gangrenous dermatitis

No one ever said producing broilers in Sussex County, Delaware, would be easy. Between extremes in the weather and a dense bird population — over 200 million produced annually within 938 square miles, more than any other county in the nation — birds are highly susceptible to disease.
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Allen Family Farms draws on experience to stop losses from gangrenous dermatitis
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