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The use of Roller Swabs for Salmonella Detection in Poultry Litter
Journal of Applied Poultry Research
Litter sampling is utilized as a noninvasive and practical method to determine broiler flock Salmonella status. The common methods include boot cover/sock (BC), drag swab (DS), or litter grab sampling (LG). Roller swabs are a new research method that can be used to sample litter without entering research pens. This study aimed to assess the use of roller swabs (RS) for Salmonella (S) detection in comparison to BC, DS, and LG. For Experiment 1, litter was sampled for two weeks following adoi:10.1016/j.japr.2021.100163 fatcat:bw2zgu3zu5fvxk77yttyqd6hsq