Re: News: Methods to Decrease SCC and Incidence of Mastitis
While I agree, one very important point is missing, that is, the influence electrolytes have on the prevention of bacteria entering the canal in the first place. When there is an electrolyte problem the sphincter muscle that controls the teat end is left open and this is where bacteria enter. When the electrolytes are kept in their right ratio this door is effectively closed and the incidence of infection falls dramatically. Go to Quantum Lab website and hit on news letters/mastitis.