Survey of Salmonella populations from swine waste-treatment technologies
J. B. Payne, MS, PhD; X. Li, MS, PhD; F. B. O. Santos, DVM, PhD; M. Williams, MS, PhD; B. W. Sheldon, MS, PhD
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Salmonella presence, populations, serotypes, and antibiotic susceptibilities in untreated and treated swine manure were determined for farms implementing environmentally superior waste-treatment technologies. The waste-treatment systems surveyed showed potential in reducing Salmonella populations.
Keywords: Salmonella, waste management, manure
Cite as: Payne JB, Li X, Santos FBO, et al. Survey of Salmonella populations from swine waste-treatment technologies. J Swine Health Prod 2011;19(2):100-106.
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