Replacement calves might serve as a source of mycoplasma mastitis in cows.

Part 2 of 3: How mycoplasma mastitis transmits in a dairy herd

How is mycoplasma mastitis transmitted in a dairy herd? The short answer is that there is no short answer. Interestingly, evidence shows that both lactating and non-lactating affected cattle can be the primary cause of mycoplasma mastitis. To make matters more…...

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