Combination of autochthonous Lactobacillus strains and trans-Cinnamaldehyde in water reduces Salmonella Heidelberg in turkey poults

The risk of Salmonella contamination at subsequent stages of production must be reduced by reducing the colonization of the bacteria in turkeys. It is critical to put measures in place that target potential channels of transmission, such as drinking water, because freshly hatched poults are more susceptible to colonization by Salmonella.

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