We need to be careful with this poultry. It may contain clostridium.
Clostridium is long and cylindrical at the end. It is a gram-positive and anaerobic bacteria that reproduces asexually and grows between 28-118 ℉
Clostridium causes two different diseases, Clostridium Prefringens, and CLostridium Botulinism. Syptoms of Prefringens are fever diarrhea, and abdominal pain. Symptoms of Botulinism are feeling lethargic, feeding poorly and constipation. You are usually symptomatic for anywhere from one day to two weeks.
Clostridium can grow when foods such as beef, are cooked in large quantities. Or from home canned foods.
CLostridium usually effects older people in care facilities especially if they are taking medication. And infants who eat home canned food.
To avoid clostridium make sure to stay hydrated and get lots of rest. Cook through your food and refrigerate in shallow containers.