Poultry Culling and Campylobacteriosis Reduction among Humans, the Netherlands
Ingrid H.M. Friesema , Arie H. Havelaar, Paul P. Westra, Jaap A. Wagenaar, and Wilfrid van Pelt
Author affiliations: National Institute of Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), Bilthoven, the Netherlands (I.H.M. Friesema, A.H. Havelaar, W. van Pelt); Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands (A.H. Havelaar, J.A. Wagenaar); Product Boards for Livestock, Meat and Eggs, Zoetermeer, the Netherlands (P.P. Westra); Central Veterinary Institute, Lelystad, the Netherlands (J.A. Wagenaar); World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Reference and Research on Campylobacter, Utrecht (J.A. Wagenaar); World Organisation for Animal Health Reference Laboratory for Campylobacteriosis, Lelystad (J.A. Wagenaar)
Figure 2. Locations of all 5,360 commercial poultry farms in the Netherlands (2). Black dots indicate farms that were infected during the 2003 epidemic of avian influenza; yellow dots indicate farms that were not infected.
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