Scientists in Scotland are starting to unravel some of the mysteries



surrounding the different types and severity of disease caused by Salmonella infection in pigs, as reported by eFeedLink.

In a recent study at the famous Roslin Institute, researchers identified some of the genetic changes involved,
which could lead to improved biosecurity strategies against disease in pigs and humans.
A better understanding of the risks in this way will help in counteracting the threat, alongside existing effective measures
such as including FORMI in the feed. Find more about controlling Salmonella using FORMI in fattening pigs at









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