Mastitis in Dairy News
News published on July 15, 2005:
High cell counts from mastitis are a very real threat to dairy farm profits.
This is especially so with factories offering differential pricing based on the quality of the milk supplied.
A cornerstone o...
News published on April 14, 2005:
US Department of Agriculture (USDA) researchers have used gene-transfer technologies to produce dairy cows that resist mastitis.
"This research is an important first step in understanding how genes can be us...
News published on April 4, 2005:
U.S. Department of Agriculture researchers have used gene-transfer technologies to produce dairy cows that resist a widespread bacterial infection called mastitis.
"This research is an important first step i...
High Plains Journal
News published on March 10, 2005:
From a research point of view the scourge of the dairy industry that is mastitis continues a significant amount of attention internationally.
For example, a 24-month research project, due to be completed lat...
News published on March 3, 2005:
American dairy scientists have confirmed a direct link between SCC levels in milk and the probability of finding antibiotic residues.
"The risk that producers will violate international regulations with rega...
News published on November 29, 2004:
The multi-billion dollar mastitis problem continues to plague the dairy industry causing dairy farmers to search for hope in the form of seminars, advice of consultants, and promises of a variety of teat dips, ...
North Texas e-News
News published on November 17, 2004:
Three regional meetings designed to help dairy farmers combat mastitis have been slated for early December in different locations across the state.
Texas Cooperative Extension and the Pfizer Animal Health a...
North Texas E-News
News published on July 5, 2004:
Summer mastitis is an acute infection of the non-lactating bovine udder which commonly results in the loss of the affected quarter.
The typical case is presented with a high temperature and a hot, hard and s...