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Abstract

These proceedings focus on the opportunities for improved milk production under Swiss conditions. Topics discussed are monitoring milk production; diagnosis during counseling; milking hygiene in robotic milking and effect on milk quality and udder health; detection of mastitis using current sensor...

Author(s)
Savary, P.; Schick, M.
Publisher
Agroscope Reckenholz-Tanikon Research Station ART, Ettenhausen, Switzerland
Citation
ART-Schriftenreihe, 2011, No.15, pp 88 pp.
Abstract

The disease was discovered accidentally during routine examinations for brucellosis. It was diagnosed microscopically, serologically or by g.pig inoculation in milk, cotyledons, blood or urine of dairy cows from three herds. There had been cases of an influenza-like disease among the personnel. In...

Author(s)
Becht, H.; Hess, E.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1964, 106, pp 389-399
Abstract

The reliability of different methods of detecting mastitis milk was, in descending order, the Whiteside test (WST), California Mastitis Test, sedimentation smear technique, thybromol-catalase test and the indicator paper method (IP). The Breed cell-count technique (BCC) was used as the reference...

Author(s)
Bieri, J.
Citation
Schweizerische Landwirtschaftliche Forschung, 1966, 5, pp 56-81
Abstract

The authors found in a survey in the Canton of Zurich that 13% of herds and 6% of all cattle were infected with brucellosis and that cows excreting Br. abortus in then: milk were present in about half of the infected herds. They described techniques for examining bulked milk samples by the ring...

Author(s)
HESS, E.; SACKMANN, W.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1953, 95, pp 367-374
Abstract

S. speculates as to the origins of tubercle bacilli in market milk and on the extent to which the bacilli can get into the milk after it is drawn from the udder, from infection of the litter and surroundings.
He infected cattle [number not stated] with a strain of low virulence (Strain P) [method...

Author(s)
SAXER, E.
Citation
Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Pathologie und Bakteriologie, 1945, 8, pp 461-462
Abstract

The condition described is not mastitis but a condition characterized by the production of milk with a sharply salty taste which is usually considered as unsuitable for sale or for cheese making. Such milk has a large sediment, has a raised catalase figure, and is alkaline to the bromthymol test,...

Author(s)
KÄSTLI, P.
Publisher
Bern, Switzerland
Citation
Landwirtschaftliches Jahrbuch der Schweiz, 1943, 57, pp 386-417

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