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Mastitis control practices: differences between herds with high and low milk somatic cell counts






Journal of Dairy Science 73(4): 1135-1143

Mastitis control practices: differences between herds with high and low milk somatic cell counts

Effects of differences in herd mastitis control management in maintaining low herd av. somatic cell count (SCC) was studied.

Accession: 001881571

PMID: 2345202

DOI: 10.3168/jds.S0022-0302(90)78774-7

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