Research Article
Isolation of Some Pathogens from Raw Milk of Different Milch Animals

K. Ekici, H. Bozkurt and O. Isleyici

Pakistan Journal of Nutrition, 2004, 3(3), 161-162.


In this study, it was aimed to isolate some pathogens from raw milk of different milch animals. For this aim, 36 samples of sheep milk, 25 samples of goat milk and 4 samples of cow milk were analyzed. Among the 66 total raw milk samples, S. aureus was isolated from 12 samples while E. coli was isolated from 6 samples. Salmonella spp. could not be isolated in any of the samples.

ASCI-ID: 100-162

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