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Volume 19, Number 3—March 2013

Research

Foodborne Disease Prevention and Broiler Chickens with Reduced Campylobacter Infection

Simon Bahrndorff, Lena Rangstrup-Christensen, Steen Nordentoft, and Birthe HaldComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Technical University of Denmark, Aarhus, Denmark (S. Bahrndorff, L. Rangstrup-Christensen, S. Nordentoft, B Hald); Technical University of Denmark, Mørkhøj, Denmark (S. Bahrndorff, S. Nordentoft, B Hald); National Veterinary Institute, Uppsala, Sweden (L. Rangstrup-Christensen)

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Percentage (mean) of broiler chicken flocks that were Campylobacter spp. positive during summers of 2003–2005 (before fly screens) and 2006–2009 (with fly screens). Prevalence is based on data from June through October each year. Error bars indicate standard error.

Figure 1. . . Mean percentage of broiler chicken flocks that were Campylobacter spp. positive during summers of 2003–2005 (before fly screens) and 2006–2009 (with fly screens). Prevalence is based on data from June through October each year. Error bars indicate upper limit of SE.

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