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Abstract

During an attempt to control mastitis on a field scale, various methods of examination were compared on 453 quarter samples of milk, and Str. agalactiae was isolated as follows. Plating the deposit from 5 ml. of milk on Edwards' aesculin crystal-violet blood agar, 10 times; using Edwards' Na azide...

Author(s)
Mattick, A. T. R.; Shattock, P. M. F.; Jacob, M. M.
Citation
Journal of Dairy Research, 1941, 12, pp 139-154
Abstract

An attempt was made to eradicate Streptococcus agalactiae infection from two self-contained herds, by isolation of new purchases, routine hypochlorite disinfection of udders, milkers' hands, and teat cups, and by quarter-sample testing at six-monthly intervals. The disease, however, increased in...

Author(s)
Shattock, P. M. F.
Citation
Proceedings. Society of Agricultural Bacteriologists, 1941, pp 43-44 pp.
Abstract

During routine testing of 428 cows free from Str. agalactiae infection, 92 were found to harbour haemolytic staphylococci in the udder. In no instance was clinical mastitis present. Chemical changes in the composition and pH of the milk, however, did occur. These might be of importance in the...

Author(s)
Shattock, P. M. F.; Mattick, E. C. V.
Citation
Journal of Dairy Research, 1940, 11, pp 311-315
Abstract

II. The authors conclude that when difficulty is experienced with milk which is low in solids-not-fat, one of the first steps should be to control clinical and sub-clinical mastitis.
It was found, in an investigation covering 29 herds with approximately 770 cows, that 19.5 % of the animals in milk...

Author(s)
Foot, A. S.; Shattock, P. M. F.
Citation
Journal of Dairy Research, 1938, 9, pp 166-178 pp.
Abstract

The author refers particularly to the following streptococci which are of interest to the dairy bacteriologist. In Lancefield's Group D there is a similarity in biochemical and cultural reactions between Str. faecalis, Str. zymogenes, and Str. iquefaciens. Str. durans has many of the...

Author(s)
Shattock, P. M. F.
Citation
Proc. Soc. agric. Bact 1944, 1944, pp 69-71 pp.