Salmonella proves to be a problem in beef, too

Salmonella proves to be a problem in beef, too

Sam Robinson

St. Louis Public Radio

“It was always our working assumption that E. coli interventions should be controlling Salmonella,” said James Marsden, professor of animal science at Kansas State University. “E. coli is transferred from the beef hide to the carcass and works its way through the system. We thought this is what Salmonella did as well.”

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