National survey for Salmonella in pigs, cattle and sheep at slaughter in Great Britain (1999-2000).

@article{Davies2004NationalSF,
  title={National survey for Salmonella in pigs, cattle and sheep at slaughter in Great Britain (1999-2000).},
  author={Robert H. Davies and Rodney Dalziel and Jane C. Gibbens and John W. Wilesmith and John Barry Ryan and Sarah J Horst Evans and Caroline A. Byrne and Giles A. Paiba and Sophie J. S. Pascoe and Christopher J Teale},
  journal={Journal of applied microbiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={96 4},
  pages={750-60}
}
AIMS The objective of these surveys was to estimate the prevalence of faecal carriage of Salmonella in healthy pigs, cattle and sheep at slaughter, and of pig carcase contamination with Salmonella. These data can be used as a baseline against which future change in Salmonella prevalence in these species at slaughter can be monitored. METHODS AND RESULTS In this first randomized National Survey for faecal carriage of Salmonella in slaughter pigs, cattle and sheep in Great Britain, 2509 pigs… CONTINUE READING

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