Investigating the Relationship Between Salmonella-Inanition and Property of Origin

Project Code:  W.LIV.0132

Year Published: 2009

This report provides a review of current knowledge concerning Salmonellosis and inanition as causes of mortality in live export sheep and the potential associations between mortality and farm-level risk factors. The report then identifies several activities aimed at developing capacity to monitor, investigate and improve health and welfare outcomes in export sheep.

This report provides a review of current knowledge concerning Salmonellosis and inanition as causes of mortality in live export sheep and the potential associations between mortality and farm-level risk factors. The report then identifies several activities aimed at developing capacity to monitor, investigate and improve health and welfare outcomes in export sheep.

Keywords: Sheep, On-board/transport, Domestic, Disease, Registered premises, Transport, Feedlot, Farm, Fodder

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