Incidence of pasteurella multocida and bordetella bronchiseptica in nursery and finishing piglets correlated with slaughter monitoring snouts in Brazil

Home Knowledge Incidence of pasteurella multocida and bordetella bronchiseptica in nursery and finishing piglets correlated with slaughter monitoring snouts in Brazil

Incidence of pasteurella multocida and bordetella bronchiseptica in nursery and finishing piglets correlated with slaughter monitoring snouts in Brazil

 

This study aims to monitor the prevalence of toxigenic Bordetella bronchiseptica (Bb) and Pasteurella multocida (Pm) in nursing and finishing animals by the RHINICheck test (PCR in oral fluids), and to evaluate the incidence of progressive atrophic rhinitis (PAR) in animals slaughtered at commercial meatpacking units. 

About this article

Appeared in

IPVS Congress China, 2018

Date

Jul 12, 2018

Authors

lbanez, G.; Rodríguez-Ballara, l.; Martos, A.

Summary

According to these results, it can be suggested that the earlier the colonization by Bb and Pm, the higher the destruction degree of turbinates in the meatpacking unit.

Share this on