Trends in Mastitis Management

Forum: Recent Trends in Mastitis Management

Published on: 01/02/2009
Author/s : Dr Mukesh Sharma, Asstt. General Manager - Abis Dairy Pvt Ltd, IB Group (India)
Mastitis continues a major economic issue for dairy farmers, due to improved breeding, the cow's udder become very sensitive to infection due to its increase size, position of udder and rapid removal of large volume of milk. The heavy and big size of udder is again prone to injury and infection. Mastitis is recognized as one of the most costly disease affecting dairy industry. It was estimated th...
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May 14, 2013

We have safe, efficacious and cost effective alternative plant based management of mastitis and few other health conditions in animals.
Dr. M N B Nair & DR. Kumar- FRLHT, Bangalore
Prof. Punnyamurthy- TANUVAS

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