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Implications of the count of microorganisms and somatic cells found in 1 ml of raw milk associated with the health status of cow's udder for milk quality are considered. It is stated that increase of the somatic cell count results in decrease of the protein, fat and lactose content and consequently ...

Author(s)
Semren, O.; Spahić-Bajrić, A.; Budimlić, A.; Erceg, Z.
Publisher
Veterinarski Fakultet Univerziteta u Sarajevu, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Citation
Veterinaria (Sarajevo), 2017, 66, 2, pp 62-
Abstract

Lameness is serious and a continuing problem on many dairy farms all over the world. Whether it is caused by physical injury, hoof disease or nutrient deficiencies, it results in increased culling, increased veterinary costs, decreased milk yield and decreased profitability. Locomotion scoring (LS) ...

Author(s)
Šakic, V.; Brka, M.; Fejzić, N.; Vegara, M.; Katica, V.; Softić, A.
Publisher
Veterinaria, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Hercegovina
Citation
Veterinaria (Sarajevo), 2004, 53, 1, pp 45-52
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Author(s)
Podžo, M.; Karahmet, E.; Pobrić, H.; Varatanović, N.
Publisher
Veterinaria, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Hercegovina
Citation
Veterinaria (Sarajevo), 1999, 48, 3/4, pp 195-201
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Author(s)
Kosec, M.; Mrkun, J.; Klobučar, I.
Publisher
Veterinaria, Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
Citation
Veterinaria (Sarajevo), 1998, 47, 3/4, pp 165-173
Abstract

Methods for isolation of Yersinia enterocolitica from foods of animal origin (especially milk and milk products) are discussed with reference to enrichment methods, CIN selective media and McConkey agar with added Tween 80 or antibiotics. The relative merits of media are considered. In studies on...

Author(s)
Kasalica, A.; Mitić, S.; Otenhajmer, I.
Citation
Technologija Mesa, 1992, 33, 2, pp 57-59
Abstract

The detection of Campylobacter jejuni plays an important role in testing of raw milk quality as it is an indicator of faecal contamination. Preliminary enrichment of samples was carried out and they were then inoculated onto 2 types of selective medium (Skirrow and Preston) and incubated at 42°C...

Author(s)
Magdalenić, B.
Citation
Mljekarstvo, 1992, 42, 2, pp 139-142
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Author(s)
Bacic, M.; Cobic, T.; Perkucin, R.; Boskovic, M.; Baletic, R.; Sestak, V.
Citation
Veterinarski Glasnik, 1974, 28, No.1, pp 55-59
Abstract

Paramphistomum cervi occurs in 40 to 75% of cattle rumens examined in Petrinja, Yugoslavia. The removal of the trematodes during the processing of forestomachs is described. [From English summary]

Author(s)
Mihokovic, V.
Citation
Veterinaria, Yugoslavia, 1978, 27, 2/3, pp 210-212
Abstract

Acedist (bromophenophos) at therapeutic doses was given to 50 cattle with Fasciola hepatica infections and 46 were cured. Faecal examination, using the author's modification (described) of a sedimentation technique employing 10 g samples, detected an average of 6.58 (3 to 49) eggs per sample before ...

Author(s)
Mikacic, D.
Citation
Veterinarski Glasnik, 1979, 33, 12, pp 965-967

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