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Lydia Nicole Bartenfeld
Poultry Microbiological Safety & Processing Research
Biological Science Lab Technician

Phone: (706) 546-3592
Fax: (706) 546-3633
Room 442

USDA,ARS, USNPRC
950 COLLEGE STATION RD
RBRRC
ATHENS , GA 30605

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Impact of postmortem holding temperature on feather retention force and broiler carcass microbiology -
Bourassa, D.V., Harris, C.E., Bartenfeld, L.N., Richter, S., Daley, W., Buhr, R.J. 2019. Impact of postmortem holding temperature on feather retention force and broiler carcass microbiology [abstract]. International Poultry Scientific Forum. 98(E-Suppl.1):M14. p.36.
Development of on-farm euthanasia methods for individual larger older birds -
Harris, C.E., Jacabs, L., Bourassa, D.V., Bartenfeld, L.N., Buhr, R.J. 2019. Development of on-farm euthanasia methods for individual larger older birds [abstract]. International Poultry Scientific Forum. 98(E-Suppl.1):P258. p.78.
Impact of scalding duration and scalding water temperature on broiler processing wastewater loadings -
Assessment of stabilized hydrogen peroxide as an antimicrobial agent for use in reducing campylobacter prevalence and levels on chicken broiler wings -
Bourassa, D.V., Harris, C.E., Bartenfeld, L.N., Buhr, R.J. 2018. Assessment of stabilized hydrogen peroxide as an antimicrobial agent for use in reducing campylobacter prevalence and levels on chicken broiler wings. Poultry Science Association Meeting Abstract. 97(E-Suppl.1)224. p.94.
Evaluation of poultry water treatments during feed and water withdrawal on water usage and Salmonella prevalence in broilers -
Harris, C.E., Teo, M.L., Lu, L., Mou, C.T., Gotilla, K.A., Bartenfeld, L.N., Bourassa, D.V., Fairchild, B.D., Kiepper, B.K., Buhr, R.J. 2018. Evaluation of poultry water treatments during feed and water withdrawal on water usage and Salmonella prevalence in broilers. International Poultry Scientific Forum. 97(E-Suppl.1)M16. p.6.
Evaluation of cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC) on water usage and salmonella retention in broilers following feed and water withdrawal -
Harris, C.E., Bartenfeld, L.N., Bourassa, D.V., Fairchild, B.D., Kiepper, B.H., Buhr, R.J. 2017. Evaluation of cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC) on water usage and salmonella retention in broilers following feed and water withdrawal [abstract]. Poultry Science Association Meeting Abstract. 96(1):63. p. 23.
Surface water accumulation and subsquent drip loss for processed broiler carcasses subjected to a post-chill water dip or spray -
Bourassa, D.V., Wilson, K.M., Bartenfeld, L.N., Harris, C.E., Howard, A.K., Ingram, K.D., Hinton Jr, A., Adams, E.S., Berrang, M.E., Feldner, P.W., Gamble, G.R., Frye, J.G., Jackson, C.R., Johnston, J.J., Buhr, R.J. 2017. Surface water accumulation and subsquent drip loss for processed broiler carcasses subjected to a post-chill water dip or spray. Poultry Science. 96(1):241-245.
3 Surface water accumulation and subsequent drip loss for processed broiler carcasses subjected to a postchill water dip or spray -
Wilson, K.M., Bourassa, D.V., Bartenfeld, L.N., Harris, C.E., Howard, A.K., Ingram, K.D., Hinton Jr, A., Adams, E.S., Berrang, M.E., Feldner, P.W., Gamble, G.R., Frye, J.G., Jackson, C.R., Buhr, R.J. 2015. 3 Surface water accumulation and subsequent drip loss for processed broiler carcasses subjected to a postchill water dip or spray. Poultry Science Association Meeting Abstract. Poultry Science. 94:(E-Suppl.1)123. p.43-44.
The impact of high level chlorine carcass drench on the recovery of Salmonella and enumeration of bacteria from broiler carcasses -
Bartenfeld, L.N., Fletcher, D.L., Northcutt, J.K., Bourassa, D.V., Cox Jr, N.A., Buhr, R.J. 2014. The impact of high level chlorine carcass drench on the recovery of Salmonella and enumeration of bacteria from broiler carcasses. Poultry Science. 93(11):2893-2899.