Arizona disease in poultry (Salmonella arizoniae)

Last Modified: Tue, 29 Oct 2019 14:44:17 GMT
Disease name Arizona disease in poultry (Salmonella arizoniae)
Animal Health Law Category if applicable N/A
Species affected Avian
Description Arizona Disease is a septicemic disease that is found worldwide, caused by the bacterium Salmonella arizonae. It has historically been a disease of young turkeys, but it can also infect other domestic and wild birds (including chickens), and a wide variety of different animal species.
Status in Ireland Absent
Date of Last known case of disease in Ireland Never Reported
DAFM Division Responsible Veterinary Public Health, Pig & Poultry Health Division
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Notifiable in Ireland Yes
OIE Listed No
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