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Keratitis or "pinkeye" has been recognized as an infectious disease in cattle for at least 70 years. The cause of the disease has not been definitely established. It has been found by cross-infection studies that cattle cannot be infected with sheep keratitis and that sheep cannot be caused to...

Author(s)
PARLEY, H.; FOOTE, L. E.; PEARSON, C. C.; BROCK, W. E.; KLIEWER, I. O.
Publisher
Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station, Stillwater, Oklahoma, USA
Citation
Bulletin of the Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station, 1950, B. 354, pp 15 pp.
Abstract

A herd of 283 cows, which had been vaccinated between the ages of 6 and 8 months against brucellosis, were given a mixed vaccine composed of pasteurella, a corynebacterium, streptococci and staphylococci. The herd had been declared free from brucellosis 6 weeks previously. 22 days after vaccination ...

Author(s)
HOLLISTER, C. J.
Citation
Veterinary Extension Quarterly. University of Pennsylvania Bulletin, 1956, 144, pp 31-35 pp.
Abstract

The authors studied the bacterial flora of the teats, lactiferous sinuses and mammary gland of 150 cows. Tables show the relationship between bacteria and macroscopic and microscopic changes in the gland, and the distribution of staphylococci and streptococci in different parts of the udder....

Author(s)
MINAMIMOTO, S.; SHIBATA, T.; ISHII, F.
Publisher
Tokyo,
Citation
Bulletin of the National Institute of Animal Health, 1959, 37, pp 87-96 pp.
Abstract

An extensive literature review (150 refs.) of the udder changes and specific causes. Details of 520 quarters studied from a brucella-free herd and collected over 20 years show that of 505 examined histologically: -158 were normal; 160 were infected with staphylococci; 43 with Str. dysgalactiae and ...

Author(s)
HELMBOLDT, C. F.; JUNGHERR, E. L.; PLASTRIDGE, W. N.
Publisher
Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, USA
Citation
Bulletin of the Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, 1953, 305, pp 90 pp.
Abstract

S. describes an enzootic broncho-pneumonia of calves and yearlings, occurring mainly during the warm moist seasons, and appearing when animals are kept in crowded insanitary conditions. These conditions, along with undernourishment and infestation with external and internal parasites, are...

Author(s)
SANDERS, D. A.
Publisher
University of Florida, Agricultural Experiment Stations, Gainesville, Florida, USA
Citation
Bulletin. Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, 1940, 546, pp 11 pp.
Abstract

Twenty-four cases of mastitis were treated with sulphapyridine at the rate of 5 or 6 g. per 100 lb. body weight, administered as a drench suspended in water.
Of 12 cases of latent infection, four infected with Streptococcus agalactias were freed of infection. Of five cases of chronic catarrhal...

Author(s)
JAQUETTE, D. S.; KLECKNER, A. L.; KLEIN, L. A.
Citation
Veterinary Extension Quarterly. University of Pennsylvania Bulletin, 1945, 99, pp 3-7 pp.
Abstract

K. reported [V. B. 12. 327.] on a system of milk examination similar to that now described but using separate quarter samples from each cow. He now describes the results of testing 1, 068 composite (mixed quarter) samples of milk from 133 cows previously found free of mastitis by regular...

Author(s)
KLECKNER, A. L.
Publisher
Pa.,
Citation
Veterinary Extension Quarterly. University of Pennsylvania Bulletin, 1942, 85, pp 3-13 pp.
Abstract

I. The authors present detailed data regarding the yield of 85 cows in their own College herd and 22 in another herd, a total of 104 " normal " lactations and 116 " infected ". In some of these cases, the cows became infected during the study and a comparison was therefore possible of the yield...

Author(s)
WHITE, G. C.; ANDERSON, E. O.; JOHNSON, R. E.; PLASTRIDGE, W. N.; WEIRETHER, F. J.
Publisher
Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, USA
Citation
Bulletin of the Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, 1937, 220, pp 85 pp.
Abstract

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research have undertaken a long-range programme of investigation into bovine mastitis; The investigation began with a study of an isolated herd originally made up of non-pregnant or recently pregnant heifers and this bulletin reports the observations made...

Author(s)
BULL, L. B.; MURNANE, D.; MUNCH-PETERSEN, E.; MACLEAN, J. D.
Citation
Bulletin of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Australia, 1940, 134, pp 107 pp.
Abstract

According to the authors, staphylococci can no longer be regarded merely as constituting the major part of the so-called " normal udder flora ". In many cases they are pathogenic and in most Connecticut herds they have been shown to be second in importance to Str. agalactiae as a cause of mastitis. ...

Author(s)
PLASTRIDGE, W. N.; ANDERSON, E. O.; WILLIAMS, L. F.; WEIRETHER, F. J.
Publisher
Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, USA
Citation
Bulletin of the Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, 1939, 231, pp 60 pp.

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