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Salmonella Dublin:  A Really Good Reason to Practice Biosecurity—Dr. John Dick

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In the last 5 years Salmonella Dublin has been diagnosed on multiple farms for the first time and it is expected there are more herds where it is undiagnosed.  Dairy producers should all be aware of Salmonella Dublin as an emerging disease.

Dr. John Dick is a dairy practitioner with over 20 years of experience working in the BC dairy industry. He has been an integral part of the BC Salmonella Dublin Investigation and Management Program alongside Dr. Boyd as clinical advisor to the research group,  bringing the producer and on-farm dairy veterinarian perspectives to the program.

See Also:

More Than Just Emerging: Prevalence of Salmonella Dublin in BC Dairy Herds—Dr. Ellen Boyd, BC Ministry of Agriculture

Salmonella Dublin at the Rayner Dairy Facility—Jay Olyniuk

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