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Microbiological air pollution in a piggery in various feeding technologies nourishment



Microbiological air pollution in a piggery in various feeding technologies nourishment



Medycyna Weterynaryjna 43(7): 438-440



Qualitative and quantitative examinations regarding the microflora of air in four piggeries depending on the technology of nourishment were carried out. It was found that the sort of fodder used did not influence considerably the degree of microbiological contamination of air in the piggeries; it ranged from 95,400 to 697,100 per. 1 m3. Gram-positive cocci were predominant (92.0-98.6%). The presence of potentially pathogenic gram-negative bacteria and fungi may give rise to pathological changes in the respiratory tract of animals and operating personnel.

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