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Primary Audience: Live Production Managers, Veterinarians, Field Service Personnel SUMMARY Recently, we demonstrated that 10 or 20% (wt/vol) hydrated lime used in poultry litter significantly reduced Salmonella enteritidis survival in vitro. However, preliminary studies with day-of-hatch poults suggested that lime in excess of 5% (wt/vol) in new litter caused mild but apparent ocular and respiratory irritation and thus was not further evaluated. Presently, we evaluated the effect of lowerdoi:10.1093/japr/14.4.721 fatcat:3olh63bmibbobdbmh22u4llb44