A survey of European vets conducted at a recent International Swine Symposium
in Barcelona, found that almost a third (32%) believed that Streptococcus suis
was now the most common bacterial pathogen in prewean pigs and over half (55%)
said it was the second most important. In nursery pigs, 20% said it was the most
common infection and 31% the second most common. So how do their experiences
compare in practice?
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