• Milking cluster: Rinsing of the milking cluster, ideally after every cow, helps avoiding spread of infection between cows during milking.

Current knowledge and application of biosecurity in cattle

Biosecurity is defined as the combination of all measures that can be taken to reduce the risk of introduction and spread of disease agents between animals. As such, the implementation of biosecurity is an important tool to accomplish disease prevention on cattle farms. It contributes to animal and public health and welfare, but it can also improve economic results and lower antimicrobial use and resistance.

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