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In the main dairying area in the south of Ireland about 50% of over 1, 000 herds examined had a fairly high incidence of mastitis, most of which was sub-clinical. At least 40% of all cows are affected, while about 16% of the total cows culled in Ireland are culled because of mastitis. Although...

Publisher
Dublin: An Foras Taluntais [Agricultural Institute,
Citation
Dairy Study Group Series., 1965, 2, pp 7 pp.
Abstract

This is a review of the literature, and of work done by the author using the Compton dairy herds, since the introduction of chemotherapy for mastitis in 1935. Penicillin was first used experimentally in 1941 and became more freely available in 1945. Work done on the diffusion of different volumes...

Author(s)
Edwards, S. J.
Publisher
London: Butterworths.,
Citation
Antibiotics in agriculture. Proceedings of the University of Nottingham Ninth Easter School in Agricultural Science, 1962., 1962, pp 43-57
Abstract

Some of the biochemical changes in the blood serum and milk proteins of cattle with chronic mastitis (due to Streptococcus agalactiae or Staphylococcus aureus infection) were investigated. Total protein and quantitative and qualitative changes in the different proteins and glycoproteins separable...

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Nilsson, T.
Citation
Acta Pathologica et Microbiologica Scandinavica, 1958, Suppl. 125, pp 74 pp.
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Forty-one swabs were taken on different days from the mouths of four calves at intervals ranging from half-an-hour to 14 hours after they had sucked cows infected with Streptococcus agalactiae. Streptococci could be isolated up to four hours and frequently up to eight hours afterwards.
Calves were...

Author(s)
Klein, L. A.; Kleckner, A. L.
Publisher
Univ. Pa.,
Citation
Vet. Ext. Quart., 1941, 82, pp 13-18 pp.
Abstract

Following examination of samples of milk in the MASTITIS Testing Laboratory, group segregation is recommended. Group 1, Negative, Group 2, Positive, for mastitis not caused by Sir. agalactiae, i.e., Staphylococci, Str. uberis, Str. dysgalactiae or coliform organisms; Group 3, Positive for Str....

Citation
Bull. Mass. agric. Exp. Stn., 1948, 449, pp 80 ; 70-76 pp.
Abstract

III. The results are given of the experimental use of three substances-sulphanilamide, tyrothricin, and penicillin-in the treatment of 64 clinical cases of bovine mastitis, involving 154 quarters, by intramammary injection. The infecting organism was determined in each case: Str. agalactiae in 86 % ...

Author(s)
Edwards, S. J.; Brownlee, A.
Citation
Therapeutic treatment of bovine mastitis., 1946, pp 335-343
Abstract

DELAWARE, 1940-41.
In work on ROCKY MOUNTAIN SPOTTED FEVER rodent trapping was carried out to ascertain the host relationships of the immature forms of Dermacentor variabilis. The meadow mouse, Microtus sp., is a common host. Other rodents had very few of these ticks. Adult D. variabilis infested...

Citation
Reports of Agricultural Experiment Stations, U.S.A. Details of the titles of these reports and of relevant papers contained in them will be found in Index Veterinanus.,

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