Carry-over risks in fattening units for Campylobacter spp.

@inproceedings{Nehebrink2007CarryoverRI,
  title={Carry-over risks in fattening units for Campylobacter spp.},
  author={T. Kemper Nehebrink and Elisabeth grosse Beilage},
  year={2007}
}
There is a lack of information about the prevalence of the important zoonotic pathogens Campylobacter spp. and Yersinia spp. at different stages in the pig production chain. The aim of this study was to determine these prevalence in a total of 1 040 faecal samples and to gather further information about the sources of infection with Campylobacter spp. and their qualitative and quantitative importance in the pig production. During the slaughtering process, 122 pigs and their carcasses… CONTINUE READING

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