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The pattern of mycobacterial infection in both wild and domestic pigs over the last 50 years is described. Infection with M. avium usually occurs through environmental contamination by affected birds. M. bovis infection, on the other hand, can result from pigs scavenging dead carcasses, e.g....

Barlow, A. M.; Monies, R. J.
Pig Veterinary Society, Chippenham, UK
Pig Journal, 2006, 58, pp 204-211