Salmonella in dairy operations in the United States: prevalence and antimicrobial drug susceptibility.

@article{Blau2005SalmonellaID,
  title={Salmonella in dairy operations in the United States: prevalence and antimicrobial drug susceptibility.},
  author={Dianna Blau and Brian J. McCluskey and Scott R. Ladely and David A. Dargatz and Paula J. Fedorka-Cray and Kathleen E Ferris and Marcia L. Headrick},
  journal={Journal of food protection},
  year={2005},
  volume={68 4},
  pages={696-702}
}
Salmonella serotypes are important foodborne pathogens of humans that can be acquired through consumption of contaminated meat and dairy products. Salmonella infection also can be a significant animal health issue. As part of a national study of U.S. dairy operations conducted between March and September 2002, fecal samples were collected from representative cows in 97 dairy herds in 21 states and were cultured to determine the prevalence of Salmonella shedding. Salmonella was recovered from… CONTINUE READING

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