Denmark - Less salmonella in outdoor pigs

In a survey from the Food Institute of Danish Technical University (DTU) there were salmonella in over ten percent of conventional indoor slaughter pigs, in seven percent of organic pigs, and in only five percent of outdoor pigs.
Wednesday 21 July 2010 (7 years 6 months 30 days ago)
In a survey from the Food Institute of Danish Technical University (DTU) there were salmonella in over ten percent of conventional indoor slaughter pigs, in seven percent of organic pigs, and in only five percent of outdoor pigs.

Given difficulties in achieving strict cleanliness outside, these results are considered to be surprising, says senior researcher Anne Wingstrand of DTU.

http://www.food.dtu.dk/Default.aspx?ID=12968&PID=86105&NewsID=2019

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