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Control of subclinical mastitis in lactating cows, using intramammary antibiotics

, : Control of subclinical mastitis in lactating cows, using intramammary antibiotics. Agricultura Tecnica 46(3): 277-282

Quarters from Holstein-Friesian cows with CMT graded 2 and 3 were not treated (controls) or treated at successive milkings with 2 or 4 intramammary infusions of cloxacillin and chloramphenicol (equiv. to 1 g of antibiotic) in a 2 x 3 factorial experiment with 25 udders per treatment group. Milk samples were taken 1 and 4 wk after the final application of antibiotics.

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