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Efficacy of vaccination on Staphylococcus aureus and coagulase-negative staphylococci intramammary infection dynamics in 2 dairy herds

Mastitis is one of the most frequently occurring and costly diseases in dairy cows. Several preventative strategies have been applied to minimize the incidence of bovine mastitis, including optimization of milking procedures and milking hygiene, antibiotic therapies, vaccinations, segregation, and culling of persistently infected cows. However, mastitis remains an important disease on many dairy farms and, due to the high costs of clinical mastitis, reduction in the severity of the symptoms of mastitis and obtaining a more rapid clearance of established infections is of great value to dairy farmers.

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