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Risk of clinical mastitis in dairy herds with a high proportion of low individual milk somatic cell counts






7emes Rencontres autour des Recherches sur les Ruminants Paris, France, 6-7 decembre, 2000: 87-90

Risk of clinical mastitis in dairy herds with a high proportion of low individual milk somatic cell counts

The relationships between the herd pattern of somatic cell count (SCC) on a test day and the incidence of clinical mastitis in the subsequent period were studied at the herd level by collecting health data and monthly milk records during 2 years (1995-1997) from 121 farms located in the west of France. Cases of clinical mastitis were recorded by farmers, according to definitions provided in a glossary.


Accession: 003551157



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