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Effectiveness of California Mastitis Test, mastitis history, and membrane filter-DNA cell counts in identifying cows for treatment in a selective dry cow therapy mastitis control program



Effectiveness of California Mastitis Test, mastitis history, and membrane filter-DNA cell counts in identifying cows for treatment in a selective dry cow therapy mastitis control program



Journal of Dairy Science 60(Suppl. 1): 137



The combination of the 3 criteria that resulted in the highest % of infected cows being treated (85.9%) was mastitis history plus CMT score more than or equal to +2 plus somatic cell count <500 000/ml; this combination also resulted in the highest % of non-infected cows being treated (93.4%).

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