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Bovine mastitis is the most frequent disease worldwide in dairy herds, causing high economic losses to producers and industry, as well as having implications for public health due to the zoonotic potential of some agents involved in its etiology and the increased risk of antimicrobial residues in...

Author(s)
Mesquita, A. A.; Rocha, C. M. B. M.; Bruhn, F. R. P.; Custódio, D. A. C.; Braz, M. S.; Pinto, S. M.; Silva, D. B.; Costa, G. M.
Publisher
Colégio Brasileiro de Patologia Animal, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Citation
Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira, 2019, 39, 5, pp 308-316
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Mastitis control on AMS farms represents a different challenge compared to herds with milking parlours. Understanding the consequences of different settings of cow preparation, milking and post milking treatment and monitoring the reliability of the individual milking robots and the workers ability ...

Author(s)
Bennedsgaard, T. W.
Publisher
The Dairy Group, British Cattle Veterinary Association, The University of Nottingham, Taunton, UK
Citation
2017 British Mastitis Conference, 15 November 2017, Worcester, UK, 2017, pp 1-4
Abstract

The prevalence, causative agents and factors related to management practices and production characteristics that influenced subclinical mastitis were determined in 44 dairy farms of Viçosa-MG. In 617 cows, subclinical mastitis was diagnosed by California Mastitis Test. Milk samples from animals...

Author(s)
Cunha, A. F. da; Bragança, L. J.; Quintão, L. C.; Silva, S. Q.; Souza, F. N. de; Cerqueira, M. M. O. P.
Publisher
Universidade Federal Rural do Semi-Árido (UFERSA), Mossoro, Brazil
Citation
Acta Veterinaria Brasilica, 2015, 9, 2, pp 160-166
AbstractFull Text

Some of the bovine mastitis pathogens were relevant either in respect to the milk quality as well as to public health. The objective of this study was to evaluate the main mastitis pathogens occurrence in Brazilian dairy herds, in order to verify the persistence of classical etiological agents and...

Author(s)
Guimarães, F. F.; Nóbrega, D. B.; Langoni, H.
Publisher
Tribun EU, Brno, Czech Republic
Citation
Animal hygiene and sustainable livestock production. Proceedings of the XVth International Congress of the International Society for Animal Hygiene, Vienna, Austria, 3-7 July 2011, Volume 3, 2011, pp 1373-1375
AbstractFull Text

Mastitis remains the most frequent cause of infectious disease to the dairy industry. Bacteriological culture is very important and routinely used for the diagnostic. Its results are often used as basis for treatment or culling decisions and an essential part of a mastitis control program, because...

Author(s)
Langoni, H.; Troncarelli, M. Z.
Publisher
Tribun EU, Brno, Czech Republic
Citation
Animal hygiene and sustainable livestock production. Proceedings of the XVth International Congress of the International Society for Animal Hygiene, Vienna, Austria, 3-7 July 2011, Volume 3, 2011, pp 1357-1358
Abstract

The objectives of this study were to characterize 60-d outcomes after treatment of mild (abnormal milk) and moderate (abnormal milk and abnormal udder) cases of clinical mastitis (CM) occurring in a single quarter of cows on Wisconsin farms (n=4) and to determine risk factors associated with those...

Author(s)
Pinzón-Sánchez, C.; Ruegg, P. L.
Publisher
Elsevier Inc., Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Journal of Dairy Science, 2011, 94, 7, pp 3397-3410
Abstract

4645 quarter milk samples from 1179 cows from 20 commercial dairy herds were examined from December 1992 to February 1993. 859 isolates from 839 (18.1%) culture positive samples were assigned to 34 different species and subspecies. Staphylococcus aureus was found in 10.2% of the samples and was the ...

Author(s)
Aarestrup, F. M.; Wegener, H. C.; Rosdahl, V. T.; Jensen, N. E.
Citation
Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica, 1995, 36, 4, pp 475-487

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