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Campylobacter spp. in the milk and faeces of cows

, : Campylobacter spp. in the milk and faeces of cows. Selezione Veterinaria 32(2): 439-445

Faecal and milk samples from 160 cows on 16 dairy farms in Novara province were examined in March-May, 1990. Campylobacter coli was isolated from 15 (0.3%) and C. jejuni from 5 (3.1%) of the faecal samples.

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