Feral pigs in N.C. test positive for harmful bacteria

About 9% of feral pigs surveyed in Johnston County, N.C., had evidence of exposure to Brucella suis, a zoonotic bacteria that causes persistent flu-like symptoms in people. Officials are urging caution when hunters dress wild swine, including wearing gloves and cooking the meat completely to prevent transmission of Brucella suis.

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