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Study on three novel wax-teat bougies for temporary drying off of udder quarters and treatment of teat injuries



Study on three novel wax-teat bougies for temporary drying off of udder quarters and treatment of teat injuries



Tierarztliche Praxis Ausgabe G, Grosstiere/Nutztiere 30(5): 277-285



In this study on nine healthy and 43 milking cows with different teat lesions a temporary drying off of udder quarters (n=79) for five days was carried out, using the ThelaselReg.-bougie (group I), Keratelin-PlusReg.-bougie (group II) and the KeratelinReg.-bougie (group III). As a control, nine udder quarters were dried off without using any teat bougies (group IV). Before and after drying off a clinical examination of the udder was performed.

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