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Differences in the frequency of mastitis caused by different bacteria in the daughters of specified sires


, : Differences in the frequency of mastitis caused by different bacteria in the daughters of specified sires. Prace i Materialy Zootechniczne (14): 131-140

Using results of routine veterinary examinations, an analysis was made of causes of udder inflammation in 4909 cows after 64 sires. The most frequent cause of mastitis was constituted by streptococci (93.8%), more rarely by staphylococci (4.3%) and other bacteria (1.9%). Differences were noted between frequency of mastitis occurrence in daughters after different sires, which seems to confirm the genetic influence on susceptibility to the illness.


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