Journal of Pure and Applied MicrobiologyVol. 9 No. Special Edition May. 2015

Veterinary and Sanitary Assessment of cattle Meat of Animals Infected with Salmonellosis

Aida Bolatbekovna Abzhaliyeva, Kadyr Biyashevich BVyashev and Erkinbek Kanybekuly Kanzhigitov

Kazakh National Agrarian University, Kazakhstan, 050002, Almaty, Abay 8, Russia.

Received on 11 March 2015 and accepted on 06 May 2015

 

ABSTRACT

Modern agricultural policy in our country is oriented to perform basic tasks – to meet the increasingly growing needs of people in food stuff. Episodes of salmonellosis are often characterized by a high mortality rate, it is difficult to deal with them, and they can last for a long time. In case of such episodes Salmonella are usually transmitted indirectly. People, animals, food and environmental objects can usually serve as the first initial source of infection. At present time the solution of problems aiming to ensure reliable and efficient protection of animals against infectious diseases, the production of safe raw materials of animal origin, high veterinary and sanitary quality of food are the main focus of fundamental and applied studies on the veterinary welfare in a particular region and in the whole country. These measures are important for the people’s health.

Keywords : Salmonellosis, nutritional value, vitamins content, macronutrients and micronutrients, amino acid content.