The isolation of Salmonella from kangaroos and feral pigs processed for human consumption.

@article{Bensink1991TheIO,
  title={The isolation of Salmonella from kangaroos and feral pigs processed for human consumption.},
  author={John C Bensink and I Ekaputra and C Taliotis},
  journal={Australian veterinary journal},
  year={1991},
  volume={68 3},
  pages={106-7}
}
A total of 154 feral pig carcases and 81 kangaroo carcases were examined for the presence of Salmonella, coliforms and total aerobic counts. Approximately 34% of pig carcases yielded one or more serotypes of Salmonella, while about 11% of kangaroo carcases were contaminated with salmonella. The results differed widely between sampling occasions. A total of 13 serotypes were isolated from feral pigs with S. anatum (31 isolates) and S. typhimurium (9 isolates) being the predominant serotypes… CONTINUE READING
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