Transmission and control of Salmonella in the pig feed chain: a conceptual model.

@article{Binter2011TransmissionAC,
  title={Transmission and control of Salmonella in the pig feed chain: a conceptual model.},
  author={Claudia Binter and Judith Maria Straver and Per H{\"a}ggblom and Geert Bruggeman and Per-Anders Lindqvist and J{\"u}rgen Zentek and M G Andersson},
  journal={International journal of food microbiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={145 Suppl 1},
  pages={S7-17}
}
Infected breeder pigs and contaminated feed represent potential sources of Salmonella introduction to fattening pig herds and may thereby cause human infections acquired via consumption of contaminated pork. Modelling approaches such as quantitative microbial risk assessment could improve the design of strategies for control and tracing of Salmonella in the feed chain. However, the construction of such models requires a thorough understanding of the dynamics of the feed chain, including… CONTINUE READING

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