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Effects of teat dilators, teat cannula and a natural teat insert (NIT) on teat cistern lining during temporary cessation of milking



Effects of teat dilators, teat cannula and a natural teat insert (NIT) on teat cistern lining during temporary cessation of milking



Bovine Practitioner 32(2): 36-38



Three lactating cows each were inserted with a teat dilator, a gut string teat dilator, a teat cannula or a natural insert into all teats. All teats of 3 control cows were not treated. Milking was ceased for 5 days and all devices were left in the teats during that period. All teats were examined by endoscopy before and after insertion.

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