The significance of Salmonella, particularly S. Infantis, to the Australian egg industry

  • Organisation The University of New South Wales

The significance of Salmonella, particularly S. Infantis, to the Australian egg industry

This study was to expand upon previous survey work of layer flocks in Queensland by conducting longitudinal and point-in time surveys of Salmonella faecal carriage and feed contamination on farms.

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This study was to expand upon previous survey work of layer flocks in Queensland by conducting longitudinal and point-in time surveys of Salmonella faecal carriage and feed contamination on farms.

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