•A positive impact of enrolment in the Québec voluntary program on MAP incidence was observed.•The hazard of MAP fecal excretion was lower in cows exposed to the Québec voluntary program.•Being exposed to a high score of MAP transmission was associated with a high hazard of fecal excretion.•The role of calves’ exposure to adult cows or feces in MAP transmission was supported.
Preventive Veterinary Medicine – Elsevier
Published: Dec 1, 2017
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