An overview of Salmonella Dublin: what it is, how to treat it and how to prevent it.

Salmonella Dublin in Dairy Farms is more prevalent than previously thought and can pose a risk to animal and human health. Management strategies on farm can help prevent infection and spread. Salmonella Dublin is a bacterium that can cause illness and mortality in dairy calves. After a recent outbreak in Saskatchewan, DRECA contacted experts in Canada to get a better understanding of Salmonella Dublin and how best to treat and prevent infection on-farm.

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This months Knowledge Summary provides background information on Salmonella Dublin on dairy farms.

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