Salmonella types from environmental samples from poultry breeder flocks in Ontario between 1998 and 2008
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Prevention steps at the breeder flock-level would likely reduce the spread of Salmonella from breeder flocks to hatcheries and potentially also to the retail level.
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Salmonella Heidelberg, temporal clusters, prevalence, trend