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Pig Nutrition / Pig Health & Disease / Biosecurity / Animal Feed Additives
on June 13, 2017

Salmonella control: Do organic acids solve the problem?

Using effective organic acid products under the right conditions can reduce the presence of Salmonella and improve the productivity of our herds.

Salmonella is the main zoonotic agent transmitted from contaminated pork to humans. Except in infections caused by Salmonella Cholerasuis (the host-adapted serotype to pigs able to cause a severe and, on occasions, fatal disease), non-Typhoidal Salmonella serotypes usually cause a subclinical disease, and only a few, such as Salmonella Typhimurium

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