LISTERIA IN THE FEED: A DANGEROUS HYGIENE PROBLEM IN FATTENING PIGS

In a recent study, researchers have investigated an episode of fatal listeriosis in fattening pigs with a mortality rate of nearly 10 percent. The research team traced the source of infection to the fed silage. Following simple guidelines during the ensilaging process can minimize this risk -- with benefits for food safety and public health.

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