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Control of mastitis: differences in management between herds with low (x = 155 000 cells/ml) and high (x = 435 000 cell/ml) milk somatic cell counts (SCC)


, : Control of mastitis: differences in management between herds with low (x = 155 000 cells/ml) and high (x = 435 000 cell/ml) milk somatic cell counts (SCC). Journal of Dairy Science 71(Suppl. 1): 257

Survey results showed differences in milking hygiene, milking systems, detection and treatment of mastitis, record keeping, cow environment, awareness concerning mastitis, and type and education of workers between the 30 Washington DHIA herds with highest av. milk somatic cell count (SCC) and those with the lowest SCC.


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