Staphylococcus aureus alpha hemolysis.

Mastitis pathogen updates from the field: perspectives and data from a milk quality lab

Text and pictures: Justine Britten, Udder Health Systems, Boise, Idaho, USA Mastitis is an inflammatory disease of the mammary gland that impacts all food production animals that are reared for milk harvest, but is well-documented as the most widespread and…...

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Conselho Português de Saúde do Úbere – among the udder health pioneers in Europe

Seeking common ground for learning and sharing scientific and technical knowledge on ruminant udder health at the national level, a group of veterinarians decided to gather forces and give birth to the Portuguese Udder Health Council (CPSU – Conselho Português…...

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Abnormal mammary gland secretion after Escherichia coli infection (left).

Escherichia coli mastitis

Escherichia coli is a major mastitis pathogen and a well-known cause of clinical mastitis in dairy cows. Ubiquitously present in organic material like manure and bedding, E. coli can reach high concentrations in the cow’s environment. Although being described as…...

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