Mastitis: Control and Eradication in Dairy Herds

Bovine mastitis due to Mycoplasma species is a problematic cause of sub-clinical disease in dairy herds worldwide. Commonly symptomless, it reduces milk yields and quality, spreads easily through the milking herd, and seriously compromises herd profitability. Control requires definitive and regular testing, then culling affected animals or segregating and milking them after the main herd. Read the rest of this article

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