Epidemiological and bacteriological analyses of Salmonella infection in the Australian Thoroughbred horse breeding industry
1. determine the rate of Salmonella infection in Thoroughbred horses in Australia, including subsets of the horse population that may be at increased risk, and the health and financial impacts of infection of affected horses
2. identify and assess factors that are associated with Salmonella infection of horses to determine opportunities and strategies to reduce the risk of infection
3. determine the Salmonella strains (serotypes) most commonly associated with infection of horses in Australia and whether antimicrobial resistance is present
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