An assessment of the feasibility of a poultry tracing scheme for smallholders in Vietnam

Metras, R., Magalhaes, R. J. S., Dinh, Q. H., Fournie, G., Gilbert, J., Do Huu, D., Roland-Holst, D., Otte, J. and Pfeiffer, D. U. (2011) An assessment of the feasibility of a poultry tracing scheme for smallholders in Vietnam. Revue Scientifique Et Technique-Office International Des Epizooties, 30 3: 703-714.

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Author Metras, R.
Magalhaes, R. J. S.
Dinh, Q. H.
Fournie, G.
Gilbert, J.
Do Huu, D.
Roland-Holst, D.
Otte, J.
Pfeiffer, D. U.
Title An assessment of the feasibility of a poultry tracing scheme for smallholders in Vietnam
Journal name Revue Scientifique Et Technique-Office International Des Epizooties   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0253-1933
1608-0637
Publication date 2011-12
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 30
Issue 3
Start page 703
End page 714
Total pages 12
Place of publication Paris, France
Publisher Organisation Mondiale de la Sante Animale
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Abstract Tracing movements could assist the implementation of bio-containment measures during a disease outbreak. To evaluate the potential for implementing a tracing system for a poultry supply chain in northern Vietnam, a four-month longitudinal study was conducted to identify marketing practices associated with poultry traceability. Poultry sold in batches were traced between farms and markets, and their traceability was assessed upon market arrival. A total of 315 batches were released from the farms; 37% arrived at a market, from which 57.3% were ‘traceable’. The results of the multivariable analysis showed that traceability was associated with farms operating through no more than two traders (Odds ratio [OR] = 5.97, 95% CI 1.15–30.92) and batches brought to the market on the day of purchase (OR = 4.05, 95% CI 1.23–13.27). No specific incentives were provided to farmers or traders. Results suggest that there is potential for implementing a poultry traceability scheme, although the tracing methodology should be refined.
Keyword Animal movement
Avian influenza
Longitudinal study
Marketing practice
Poultry market
Poultry supply chain
Poultry trader
Traceability
Vietnam
Avian Influenza-Viruses
Hong-Kong
H5n1
Network
Markets
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ

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