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Application of HACCP principles to control visitor health threats on dairy farms open to the general public

(2008) TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR DIERGENEESKUNDE. 133(19). p.796-800
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An increasing number of Dutch dairy farmers have diversified their activities, often opening their farm up to visitors (tourist accommodation, farm shop, contact with livestock, etc). It is essential to prevent these visitors from having accidents or becoming ill, which could result in financial claims and might harm the reputation of the agricultural sector. This article describes how the hazard analysis critical control points concept and principles (HACCP) can be applied to these activities and integrated with on-farm operational herd health and production management programmes.
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CHILDREN, INJURIES, HAZARD, PREVENTION

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MLA
Barten, M., Josephus Noordhuizen, and L. J. A. Lipman. “Application of HACCP Principles to Control Visitor Health Threats on Dairy Farms Open to the General Public.” TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR DIERGENEESKUNDE 133.19 (2008): 796–800. Print.
APA
Barten, M., Noordhuizen, J., & Lipman, L. J. A. (2008). Application of HACCP principles to control visitor health threats on dairy farms open to the general public. TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR DIERGENEESKUNDE, 133(19), 796–800.
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Barten, M., Josephus Noordhuizen, and L. J. A. Lipman. 2008. “Application of HACCP Principles to Control Visitor Health Threats on Dairy Farms Open to the General Public.” Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde 133 (19): 796–800.
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Barten, M., Josephus Noordhuizen, and L. J. A. Lipman. 2008. “Application of HACCP Principles to Control Visitor Health Threats on Dairy Farms Open to the General Public.” Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde 133 (19): 796–800.
Vancouver
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Barten M, Noordhuizen J, Lipman LJA. Application of HACCP principles to control visitor health threats on dairy farms open to the general public. TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR DIERGENEESKUNDE. 2008;133(19):796–800.
IEEE
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M. Barten, J. Noordhuizen, and L. J. A. Lipman, “Application of HACCP principles to control visitor health threats on dairy farms open to the general public,” TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR DIERGENEESKUNDE, vol. 133, no. 19, pp. 796–800, 2008.
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  abstract     = {An increasing number of Dutch dairy farmers have diversified their activities, often opening their farm up to visitors (tourist accommodation, farm shop, contact with livestock, etc). It is essential to prevent these visitors from having accidents or becoming ill, which could result in financial claims and might harm the reputation of the agricultural sector. This article describes how the hazard analysis critical control points concept and principles (HACCP) can be applied to these activities and integrated with on-farm operational herd health and production management programmes.},
  author       = {Barten, M. and Noordhuizen, Josephus and Lipman, L. J. A.},
  issn         = {0040-7453},
  journal      = {TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR DIERGENEESKUNDE},
  keywords     = {CHILDREN,INJURIES,HAZARD,PREVENTION},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {19},
  pages        = {796--800},
  title        = {Application of HACCP principles to control visitor health threats on dairy farms open to the general public},
  volume       = {133},
  year         = {2008},
}

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