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Table 1 Salmonella Isolates from lactating dairy cows and individuals working in the dairy farms

From: Prevalence and antimicrobial resistance of Salmonella isolated from lactating cows and in contact humans in dairy farms of Addis Ababa: a cross sectional study

Sample type Address of farms Farm size X 2(P- value)
  Bole Yeka Small Medium Large  
Faeces of cows
Positive 5 (5.9%) 10 (9.1%) 2 (3.9%) 5(11.6%) 8(7.9%) 1.967 (0.374)
Negative 80(94.1%) 100 (90.9%) 49(96.1%) 38(88.4%) 93(92.1%)  
Total 85 (100%) 110 (100%) 51(100%) 43(100%) 101(100%)  
Milk of cows
Positive 5(5.9%) 1(1%) 5(9.8%) 1(2.3%) 0(0%) 11.02 (0.004)
Negative 80(94.1%) 109(99%) 46(90.2%) 42(97.7%) 101(100%)  
Total 85(100%) 110(100%) 51(100%) 43(100%) 101(100%)  
Human stool
Positive 2(20%) 1(8.3%) 0(0%) 1(25%) 2(15.4%) 1.262 (0.532)
Negative 8(80%) 11(91.7%) 5(100%) 3(25%) 11(84.6%)  
Total 10(100%) 12(100%) 5(100%) 4(100%) 13(100%)  
  1. Numbers in parenthesis are percentages.