Could Controlling Campylobacter Start with Animal Feed?
Campylobacter infections in humans, campylobacteriosis, are a zoonosis and the most frequent cause of food‐borne bacterial enteritis in humans. Once chickens and turkeys become infected, Campylobacter colonization of the intestinal tract persists until slaughter, leading to carcass contamination at the processing plant. Learn about:
- Campy's impact on food producers
- How it can be mitigated
- The need for a holistic approach
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