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Effects of various claw designes on intra-unit bacterial tansfer


, : Effects of various claw designes on intra-unit bacterial tansfer. Journal of Dairy Science 72(Suppl. 1): 419-420

Four Holstein cows were employed in a 4 x 4 Latin square (4 replicates) to test the intra-unit bacterial transfer potential of 4 milking claws. Claws tested were: (i) DeLaval Super Flo-Vu, (ii) Bou-Matic Flo-Star, (iii) DeLaval experimental claw no. 1, and (iv) DeLaval experimental claw no. 2. During each milking, 25 ml/min of BHI broth containing 106 c.f.u./ml of viable Streptococcus agalactiae was infused continuously into the left front short milk tube of each cluster.

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