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Postbiotic product from Saccharomyces cerevisiae fermentation shows positive results in Streptococcus uberis compromised mid-lactation dairy cows

Independent research commissioned by Diamond V, a brand of Cargill, Incorporated that develops immune-support postbiotic feed products, found that feeding a Saccharomyces cerevisiae product improves udder health and immune response in Streptococcus uberis mastitis challenged, mid-lactation dairy cows. Lead researcher, Dr. Mario Vailati Riboni, believes it could be an effective tool for farmers whose aim it is to support immunity, boost udder health, and strengthen antibiotic stewardship efforts.

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Romina Zadravec uses all 300 litres of milk produced daily on her farm for cheese production.
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High milk quality essential for small Croatian cheese maker

Ensuring milk quality is highly essential to maintain a business for one small dairy farmer and cheesemaker in Croatia particularly as her cow numbers are low. This content is for M²-DIGITAL, M²-PREMIUM, M²-INSTITUTIONAL & NMC members only. Log in if you have a valid subscription and continue your reading OrRead more

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Dairy conferences enable Kenyan farmers to better understand mastitis and how to manage it on the farm.
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Improving milking hygiene in Kenya

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PhD-student Tiago Tomazi working in the Qualieite FMVZ-USP lab
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Characterization of clinical mastitis and antimicrobial use in dairy herds

Epidemiological studies have characterized clinical mastitis occurrence in several countries, especially in herds from Europe and North America. However, the clinical mastitis monitoring indicators, as well as the characterization of antimicrobials used for treatment of this disease, have not been described in Brazilian dairy farms where milk production systems areRead more

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The Kanevsky laboratory, in collaboration with a variety of partners, is working on a) identification of the mechanisms by which a bovine feed additive enhances immune cell function
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Immune modulation and vaccine development

Staphylococcus aureus is a common cause of mastitis, a disease estimated to cost the US dairy industry around $2 billion per year but, currently, there are no effective vaccines. Current control of S. aureus infections include proper milking time procedures and segregation or culling of infected animals. This content isRead more

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HIGH IMMUNE Response Technology

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