In the cases related to poultry, those who became ill reported having received chickens and ducklings from sellers, including hatcheries, agricultural shops and websites, the CDC said, adding that just touching the birds or their surroundings can get people sick.
Since 2000, over 75 outbreaks have been linked to backyard poultry, CDC says. Things usually increase in the spring and summer, when people usually buy chickens and ducklings.
The biggest outbreak was in 2017, when 1,120 people were infected and one person died, the CDC said.
The pig's ears can make both humans and pets ill, say the centers, and advise people to waste recalled products in a safe container so pets and animals do not come to them.
Salmonella can cause diarrhea, fever and stomach cramps that last four to seven days.