Herd-level factors associated with isolation of Salmonella in a multi-state study of conventional and organic dairy farms I. Salmonella shedding in cows.

@article{Fossler2005HerdlevelFA,
  title={Herd-level factors associated with isolation of Salmonella in a multi-state study of conventional and organic dairy farms I. Salmonella shedding in cows.},
  author={Charles P Fossler and Scott J. Wells and John B Kaneene and Pamela L. Ruegg and Lorin D. Warnick and J. Benjam{\'i}n Bender and Lynn E. Eberly and Sandra M. Godden and Lisa W Halbert},
  journal={Preventive veterinary medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={70 3-4},
  pages={257-77}
}
The objective of this study was to evaluate associations between herd characteristics and the isolation of Salmonella from dairy cows in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, and New York. Study farms were 129 conventional and organic farms enrolled without regard to previous history of Salmonella infection. Herds were sampled at 2-month intervals over a 1-year period. This is the largest study to date on Salmonella shedding in dairy cows and the only study evaluating herd-level risk factors using… CONTINUE READING

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