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The effect of European starlings and ambient air temperature on Salmonella enterica contamination within cattle feed bunks

By J. C. Carlson, J. W. Ellis, S. K. Tupper, A. B. Franklin, G. M. Linz

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Category Journal Articles
Date 2012
Publication Title Human-Wildlife Interactions
Volume 6
Issue 1
Pages 64-71
ISBN/ISSN 2155-3858
Language English
Author Address USDA-APHIS, Wildlife Services' National Wildlife Research Center, 4101 LaPorte Avenue, Fort Collins, CO 80521-2154, USA
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  • Carlson, J. C.; Ellis, J. W.; Tupper, S. K.; Franklin, A. B.; Linz, G. M. (2013), "The effect of European starlings and ambient air temperature on Salmonella enterica contamination within cattle feed bunks," http://habricentral.org/resources/35467.

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Tags
  1. Air
  2. Animal behavior
  3. Birds
  4. Cattle
  5. Contamination
  6. Data collection
  7. Ecology
  8. Environment
  9. Feeding
  10. Feeds
  11. Freezing
  12. Microbiology
  13. Microorganisms
  14. models
  15. peer-reviewed
  16. pollution
  17. risk
  18. Risk Assessment
  19. risk factors
  20. Salmonella
  21. sustainability
  22. temperatures
  23. Texas
  24. weather
  25. winter
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  1. peer-reviewed