In order to recognize the contamination situation of three food-borne pathogens of Salmonella，E. coli O157:H7 and Listeria monocytogenes in local fixed-point slaughterhouses，pork samples from 10 slaughterhouses were collected and used for rapid detection. Then the national standard method was used for repeat detection towards the positive samples. Results showed that，7 of 50 samples were detected positive for Salmonella，the positive detection rate was 14%，1 of the 20 samples was detected positive for E. coli O157:H7，the positive detection rate was 5%，5 of the 20 samples were detected positive for Listeria monocytogenes，the positive detection rate was 25%. In addition，it was found that there existed mixed contamination of bacteria，2 samples showed positive results for both Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes，I sample showed all positive results for 3 kinds of bacteria. The results indicated that the pollution of three kinds of main food-borne pathogens in pork was serious，especially in small slaughtering sites，hence more attention should be paid by supervision authorities，transformation and upgrading of the slaughtering enterprises should be accelerated. Besides，the accuracy of rapid detection strips was low and the specificity was poor，and it was necessary to establish a rapid and specific detection method as soon as possible for rapid detection of pathogenic bacteria in the slaughterhouses.