Disease caused by swine


Guang Yang

It is permissible to maintain one small potbellied pig per household in the city of Seattle if it weighs less than 150 pounds and is spayed or neutered. To avoid infection from diseases conveyed by fecal-oral contact, carefully wash hands following contact with pigs or their faeces. Campylobacteriosis Campylobacteriosis is an intestine infection caused by the campylobacter bacteria. Infected animals' faeces and food products contaminated with the bacteria during processing or preparation are major sources of the bacteria. One of the most common sources of human infection is raw or undercooked chicken

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