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Exogenous stress and somatic cell count of milk



Exogenous stress and somatic cell count of milk



30 Arbeitstagung des Arbeitsgebietes ' Lebensmittelhygiene' Leitthema: Verbraucherschutz in den 90er Jahren In Garmisch Partenkirchen vom 25 bis 28 September 1989: 280-284



Somatic cell counts were determined in milk from individual quarters of 25 German Black Pied cows 5 days after they were taken 3 km by lorry to pasture. 14 quarters that had had counts continuously below 125 000/ml in the preceding 4 weeks showed no increase in counts, but the remaining 86 quarters showed increases that were related to both the level and the range of variation of preceding counts.

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