Thursday, 31 July 2014

Hicustom T-shirt Review and Salmonella Information!

Who doesn't like originality ad uniqueness? I love to be unique and I love new clothes, so who could pass up the opportunity to try a new shirt from Hicustom? Not me, I jumped on board and began designing my new custom made t shirt and I love it. The print is super hi quality and the shirt is as well. You can make your shirt any way you want, making you in control of the whole design experience! Simply amazing if you ask me. I did print on the front and back of my shirt, and since I am trying to find new ways to market my blog I put this on the back:
"Become super by visiting"

A terrific way to show my love of blogging and hopefully gain more traffic. I really enjoyed creating my shirt and I know you will to so check them our at You will save $10 instantly just by registering. Now head over there and make your dream shirt!

What do you know about Salmonella poisoning? Ever since I got poultry I have been hearing all about it from people who are scared of chickens. Well lets break it down and explain it to minimize fear and speculation.

 Salmonella is a type of food poisoning caused by the Salmonella enterica bacterium. There are many different kinds of these bacteria. Salmonella serotype Typhimurium and Salmonella serotype Enteritidis are the most common kinds.
Salmonella poisoning is more common in the summer months. Children are usually most likely to get salmonella poisoning. Young children, older adults, and people who have impaired immune systems are most likely to have severe infections. 

Symptoms of salmonella poisoning include diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramping. They develop 12 to 72 hours after infection, and the illness usually lasts 4 to 7 days. Most people recover without treatment. But diarrhea and dehydration may be so severe that it is necessary to go to the hospital. Your doctor will also do a blood test or stool testing to be sure the diagnosis is correct.

How can you avoid getting Salmonella? Wash your hands! Especially after handling reptiles, chicks, ducklings, eggs, or any raw animal product. This is not the only way to come into contact with salmonella it also stems from numerous different types of food and can come from someone handling your food improperly. Use caution with any questionable food, if you are uncertain then just wash it to be sure. Wash with soap and running warm water after touching anything questionable or raw. Do not conduct any cross contamination and simply use your food safety sense.

My chickens and duck are well cleaned up after, I wash after touching everything as do my kids and we are very careful with all raw foods and produce. Chickens are not even close to being the only carrier of Salmonella so I am not in the least bit concerned for my families safety in that sense. People get food poisoning and Salmonella from numerous sources, just stay healthy and wash up!

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