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Dairy producers are proud to raise animals that feed the world. But food safety risks are always lurking, so producers must work tirelessly to continue the dairy industry’s strong track record. One of today’s growing risks is Salmonella on dairy operations. A U.S. Department of Agriculture study found that salmonellosis has nearly doubled in dairy herds, with twice the incidence in dairy cows since 1996.1
“Healthy animals translate to healthy food, and ignoring Salmonella would be a gamble,” said Gary Neubauer, DVM, Zoetis. “Since Salmonella is a significant foodborne pathogen that could contaminate milk and meat, producers need to combat the infections with the best tools available.”
The 2,500 known Salmonella serotypes are resilient enough to survive in many environments. Salmonella causes the illness salmonellosis in dairy cattle, detrimentally affecting cattle health and food safety.
While proper food preparation can help eliminate the effects of Salmonella for humans, producers can help prevent Salmonella on the dairy. Here are ways Dr. Neubauer suggests to keep your dairy healthy:
“No herd is completely safe from Salmonella,” Dr. Neubauer said. “The stress and financial drain associated with a severe outbreak isn’t worth leaving to fate.”
Take advantage of the tips provided at SalmonellaRisk.com to identify your farm’s risk factors. Discuss the results with your veterinarian to create your farm’s Salmonella prevention plan and vaccination protocol.
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1 National Animal Health Monitoring System. Salmonella and Campylobacter on U.S. Dairy Operations, 1996 – 2007. APHIS Info Sheet, July 2009, #562.0709.
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