Feeding management practices and feed characteristics associated with Salmonella prevalence in live and slaughtered market-weight finisher swine: a systematic review and summation of evidence from 1950 to 2005.

@article{OConnor2008FeedingMP,
  title={Feeding management practices and feed characteristics associated with Salmonella prevalence in live and slaughtered market-weight finisher swine: a systematic review and summation of evidence from 1950 to 2005.},
  author={Annette M. O'Connor and Thomas N Denagamage and Jan Sargeant and Andrijana Raji{\'c} and James R. McKean},
  journal={Preventive veterinary medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={87 3-4},
  pages={213-28}
}
This review summarizes evidence for associations between Salmonella prevalence in market-weight swine and changes in feeding management practices or feed characteristics. A systematic review of the topic was conducted with the goal of minimizing the impact of bias on the review conclusions. Potential interventions included feed withdrawal from swine prior to slaughter, feed acidification, heat treatment of feed, pelletized feed versus mash, course versus fine grind, and wet versus dry feeds. In… CONTINUE READING

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