Prevalence and characterization of foodborne pathogens from Australian dairy farm environments.

  title={Prevalence and characterization of foodborne pathogens from Australian dairy farm environments.},
  author={Catherine M. McAuley and Kate E McMillan and Sean C. Moore and Narelle Fegan and Edward M. Fox},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  volume={97 12},
The ability of foodborne pathogens to gain entry into food supply systems remains an ongoing concern. In dairy products, raw milk acts as a major vehicle for this transfer; however, the sources of pathogenic bacteria that contaminate raw milk are often not clear, and environmental sources of contamination or the animals themselves may contribute to the transfer. This survey examined the occurrence of 9 foodborne pathogens in raw milk and environments of 7 dairy farms (3 bovine, 3 caprine, and 1… CONTINUE READING
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