The presence of pathogens in feral pigs in such close proximity to commercial piggeries could pose a biosecurity risk.Pathogen presence in feral pigs and their movement around farms
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Increasing numbers of L. intracellularis log10 bacteria/g faeces were significantly associated with decreasing average daily gain.Association between ADG, faecal dry matter content and L. intracellula
Impact of clinical/subclinical ileitis on the same fattening farm
Ileitis can take different forms, and it is frequent that a subclinical and a more severe and clinical form coincide.
A dose titration study was conducted using a Lawsonia intracellularis mucosal homogenate model in weaned pigs.Subclinical ileitis: diagnostic and performance parameters
Ileitis, a common disease of grower and finisher pigs that can cost producers between $8 and $13 per pig if not controlled, will be the subject of an address at the 2011 Australian Pig Vets meeting in Melbourne in July.Pork CRC sees scientists right at pig vets meeting
To evaluate the bactericidal activity of seven commercial disinfectants against Lawsonia intracellularis using a tissue culture system.Evaluation of in vitro bactericidal activity of commercial disinfectan