Management

A series of epidemiological studies performed in the past decade indicate that mastitis, clinical or subclinical, has negative effects on reproductive performance of dairy cows.
Management

The effect of mastitis on reproductive performance

Mastitis and infertility are the two most common disease complexes in dairy cattle worldwide. Both are multifactorial in nature, are a major reason for culling and have profound negative effects on the profitability of a farm. This content is for M²-DIGITAL, M²-PREMIUM, M²-INSTITUTIONAL & NMC members only. Log in ifRead more

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A schematic illustration of the historical change in bulk milk
Management

The DairyCo Mastitis Control Plan – The UK National Scheme

As in many other parts of the developed world, dairying in the UK has undergone a radical restructuring over the past 40 years. Total cow numbers have reduced, as have the number of producers, whilst cow yields have increased. In England and Wales there are approximately 10,500 producers milking 1.8Read more

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Management

Towards better milk quality

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