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Risk factors for Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica infection in senegalese broiler-chicken flocks

Cardinale E., Tall F., Guèye E.H.F., Cisse M., Salvat G.. 2004. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 63 : p. 151-161.

Our objective was to assess the association of managerial practices, general hygiene and Salmonella infection in Senegalese broiler flocks. Seventy broilers farms were studied from January 2000 to December 2001 around Dakar. A questionnaire was submitted to the farmers and samples of fresh broiler droppings were taken. A 28.6% of the flocks were infected by Salmonella (mainly Hadar and Brancaster serovars). Salmonella infection of the previous flock (OR=6.82) and of day-old chicks (OR=3.73), frequent poultry farmers¿ visits (OR=5.38) and keeping sick birds inside the farm (OR=5.32) increased the risk of Salmonella infection. But, using antibiotics on day-old chicks (OR=0.17) and a detergent for cleaning (OR=0.16) decreased the risk. © 2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

Mots-clés : production animale; maladie infectieuse; facteur de risque; poulet; salmonella enteritidis; sénégal; salmonella enterica

Thématique : Maladies des animaux

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