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A combination of streptomycin and penicillin in MASTITIS in cows caused marked reduction in staphylococcal counts but they increased rapidly when treatment was discontinued. Quaternary ammonium compounds were less efficient than sodium hypochlorite for sterilizing milking apparatus.
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Cook, G. A.
Canberra: L. F. Johnston Govt. Printer,
Second annual report of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation for the year ending 30th June 1950. (1949-1950)., 1950, pp 157 pp.

Intensive penicillin treatment of MASTITIS IN DAIRY CATTLE failed to eliminate Streptococcus agalactiae from two herds under observation, and the degree of infection returned to pre-treatment levels in 6-12 months after treatment ceased. STAPHYLOCOCCAL MASTITIS did not respond even to large doses...

Canberra: L. F. Johnson, Govt. Printer.,
Twenty-second AnnualReport of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, for the year ended 30th June 1948., 1948, pp 141 pp.

Of 2, 003 cows 16.2% had evidence of subclini-cal MASTITIS; 76.7% were caused by various types of staphylococci and only 2.5% by streptococci. VIBRIONIC ABORTION in ewes was diagnosed for the first time, at Ballidu. In 310 herds licenced under the Milk Act 19, 300 cattle were tested for...

Alex B. Davies, Govt. Printer.,
Veterinary services, 1962, pp 63 pp.

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