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Simple hygiene routines to reduce new udder infection, combined with antibiotic therapy for clinical mastitis and for all cows drying off, were applied in 30 commercial herds. After two years, the levels of infection had fallen from 55% to 22% of cows and from 28% to 9% of quarters. Clinical...

Author(s)
Kingwill, R. G.; Neave, F. K.; Dodd, F. H.; Griffin, T. K.; Westgarth, D. R.; Wilson, C. D.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1970, 87, pp 94-100
Abstract

About half of the 888 cows in 35 dairy herds had infected udders at drying-off. After the last milking of lactation the quarters of one third of all cows were infusejd with 1 g cloxacillin as the benzathine salt, and their teats were dipped in hypo-chlorite soln. ; one third had the same...

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Smith, A.; Westgarth, D. R.; Jones, M. R.; Neave, F. K.; Dodd, F. H.; Brander, G. C.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1967, 81, pp 504-510
Abstract

A within-cow comparison was made of methods of control of udder infection in dry cows whose teats were deliberately contaminated with cultures of mastitis organisms. Very nearly complete protection against staphylococci and streptococci was obtained by infusion of antibiotics through the teat...

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Oliver, J.; Neave, F. K.; Sharpe, M. E.
Citation
Journal of Dairy Research, 1962, 29, pp 95-100
Abstract

In three heavily infected herds there were sufficient types of staphylococci to enable phage typing to be of use in distinguishing between strains present before and after intra-mammary infusions with antibiotics. Two phage types were rarely found in established infections in one quarter even when...

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PRICE, P.; NEAVE, F. K.; RIPPON, J. E.; WILLIAMS, R. E. O.
Citation
Journal of Dairy Research, 1954, 21, pp 342-353
Abstract

The authors record an outbreak of clinical mastitis in a pedigree Dairy Shorthorn herd of 50-60 animals, occurring in the spring and summer of 1943. Routine three-monthly tests had shown the herd to be clear, of Str. agalactiae infection since April 1942. In all, 26 cows developed clinical...

Author(s)
NEAVE, F. K.; SLOAN, J. K. B.; MATTICK, A. T. R.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1944, 56, pp 349-351

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