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The relation between udder hygiene at milking time and the incidence of subclinical mastitis


The relation between udder hygiene at milking time and the incidence of subclinical mastitis



Veterinaria, Mexico 9(3): 117



In a study of 1700 animals on 4 farms, there was a significant positive correlation (r = 0.85) between the quality of washing and drying of udder and teats before milking and incidence of mastitis estimated from the bacterial quality of milk.

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