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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

The teats of milked and unmilked quarters of six cows were contaminated twice daily by immersion in a suspension of streptococci and staphylococci. Only the unmilked quarters became infected, seven with Staphylococcus aureus and three with Streptococcus uberis. Neither previous infection with the...

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Neave, F. K.; Oliver, J.; Dodd, F. H.; Higgs, T. M.
Citation
Journal of Dairy Research, 1968, 35, pp 127-134
Abstract

In 5, 000 cows the udder was infused with either l.0 g or 0.5 g of a benzathine cloxacillin formulation in an aluminium stearate mineral oil base at drying off. The 1 g and 0.5 g doses were equally effective in reducing staphylococcal and streptococcal infections. The number of new infections at...

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Kingwill, R. G.; Neave, F. K.; Dodd, F. H.; Wilson, C. D.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1967, 81, pp 199-200
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...

Author(s)
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

It was shown that the persistence of antibiotic in the dry udder is affected by the solubility of the antibiotic salt, the quantity of antibiotic infused and the base in which it is formulated. Whereas 0.2 g cloxacillin as the sodium salt infused in a 3% aluminium monostearate in mineral oil base...

Author(s)
Smith, A.; Neave, F. K.; Dodd, F. H.; Jones, A.; Gore, D. N.
Citation
Journal of Dairy Research, 1967, 34, pp 47-57
Abstract

When a suspension of Streptococcus dysgalac-tiae or of Staphylococcus pyogenes was infused into one quarter of the udder of heifers and the quarter became infected there was invariably a decrease in the yield of milk and in the concentrations of lactose and potassium, while there was an increase in ...

Author(s)
Wheelock, J. V.; Rook, J. A. F.; Neave, F. K.; Dodd, F. H.
Citation
Journal of Dairy Research, 1966, 33, pp 199-215
Abstract

I.After drying-off, samples of secretion were taken at weekly intervals from 2 quarters of each of 75 cows; samples were withdrawn from the other 2 quarters in the fourth and fifth weeks of the dry period. No difference in rate of infection was found. Significantly fewer staphylococcus infections...

Author(s)
OLIVER, J.; DODD, F. H.; NEAVE, F. K.; LEE, J. M.
Citation
Journal of Dairy Research, 1956, 23, pp 194-196
Abstract

A study has been made of the effect of udder infections on the proportionate yield and composition of the milk of individual quarters of over 100 cows, and the data from eleven of these cows have been presented.
Typical examples have been given showing that subclinical Streptococcus and haemolytic ...

Author(s)
CROSSMAN, J. V.; DODD, F. H.; LEE, J. M.; NEAVE, F. K.
Citation
Journal of Dairy Research, 1950, 17, pp 128-158
Abstract

In a herd averaging forty-five to fifty cows in milk, large numbers of infections occurred during the dry period and over half of these developed during the first 3 weeks after the final milking-out of the udder. About 50% of the infections persisted and a like percentage of these produced clinical ...

Author(s)
NEAVE, F. K.; DODD, F. H.; HENRIQUES, E.
Citation
Journal of Dairy Research, 1950, 17, pp 37-49

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