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Fresh cow mastitis

Published on: 09/10/2018
Author/s : Valentin Nenov, Global Ruminant Manager

Mastitis poses the highest economic impact on dairy farms from all diseases. This is due to losses in unrealized milk production, treatment costs, increased risk of culling, and discarded milk production. Fresh dairy cows are at highest risk of getting mastitis with the highest economic impact. During early lactation, fresh cows immune system is depressed with impaired defense mechanisms a...

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Jasmer Singh Jasmer Singh
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September 10, 2018
Hi Everybody interested in mastitis control in animals please do read this article before proceeding further. This article might add something positive in controlling this malady i.e., MASTITIS.

Jasmer Singh
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September 10, 2018

Thanks for an interesting article - do you have a list of references you used to compile the information?
Many thanks.

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September 11, 2018
I fully endorse this beautiful article as myself am a practical livestock farmer since 45 years
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