While most producers won’t milk a pregnant cow, Dr. Bobe says if her teats start to leak, then the teat barrier is already broken, making the cow more prone for mastitis.

U.S. research identifies early milk-producing cows prone to mastitis

A study by Oregon State University researcher Dr. Gerd Bobe found that metabolites in the blood are able to identify whether or not early milk-producing cows are prone to mastitis. The study was designed to identify predictive serum indicators of …

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The Agrilab team is made up of over 18 professionals in the field.

Agrilab: How we deal with mastitis management in Italy

Agrilab is a laboratory in the province of Cuneo, Piedmont in Italy that, since 1978,… This content is for M²-DIGITAL, M²-PREMIUM and NMC members only.Login or  Join Now and get instant Premium access....

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About 50% of the Streptococcus uberis isolates have a capsule.

Streptococcus uberis

Streptococcus uberis has become one of the most significant pathogens causing mastitis…. This content is for M²-DIGITAL, M²-PREMIUM and NMC members only.Login or  Join Now and get instant Premium access....

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The influence of vitamin D and antimicrobials (pheromonicin) in relation to the control of bovine mastitis

Bovine mastitis is one of the most common and costly diseases in the dairy industry. Its control relies on both antimicrobial and non-antimicrobial strategies. In this research, special attention has been given to vitamin D and a new antimicrobial, Pheromonicin-NM…....

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