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Volume 13, Number 12—December 2007

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Use of Fly Screens to Reduce Campylobacter spp. Introduction in Broiler Houses

Birthe Hald*Comments to Author , Helle M. Sommer†, and Henrik Skovgård‡
Author affiliations: *Technical University of Denmark, Aarhus, Denmark; †Technical University of Denmark, Søborg, Denmark; ‡University of Aarhus, Lyngby, Denmark

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Prevalence per month of Campylobacter spp.–positive broiler flocks during the study period (June 1–November 13, 2006) in fly screen houses (52 flocks) and in control houses (70 flocks), and the national flock Campylobacter spp. prevalence at slaughter of 1,504 flocks according to surveillance data for the same period.

Figure 2. Prevalence per month of Campylobacter spp.–positive broiler flocks during the study period (June 1–November 13, 2006) in fly screen houses (52 flocks) and in control houses (70 flocks), and the national flock Campylobacter spp. prevalence at slaughter of 1,504 flocks according to surveillance data for the same period.

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