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Volume 17, 2020International Scientific-Practical Conference “Agriculture and Food Security: Technology, Innovation, Markets, Human Resources” (FIES 2019)
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|Published online||28 February 2020|
Livestock salmonellosis in the Irkutsk region
Irkutsk State Agrarian University named after A.A. Ezhevsky, 664038 Molodezhny township, Irkutsk region, Russia
2 St. Petersburg state academy of veterinary medicine, 196084 St. Petersburg, Russia
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The analysis of the incidence of livestock (cattle and pigs) of salmonellosis in the territory of the Irkutsk region during 2004–2016 was carried out. It was found that the incidence rate of cattle was 5.4±0.62 per 100 thousands livestock, pigs − 4.0±0.04 0/0000. The dynamics of reducing of the incidence of pigs was identified. Negative rates of increase in the incidence of animals were revealed. The epizootic index was 1.0. Salmonella of nine species (Salmonella dublin, S.enteritidis, S.choleraesuis, S.typhimurium, S.london, S.lindi, S.wernigerode and S.othmarschen) in cattle and five species (S.choleraesuis, S.enteritidis, S.typhimurium, S.rochdale and S.arizonae) in pigs were identified as the causative agent of the infection. S.dublin was dominated at the etiology of salmonellosis in cattle (75.1 %) (p≤0.05), S.choleraesuis – in pigs (89.2±2.9 %) (p≤0.01). Salmonellosis in cattle was recorded in 11 districts of the Irkutsk region, in pigs – in nine districts.
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