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43 farmers with milk showing positive Wisconsin mastitis test results were divided into 3 groups: group (i) had an extension meeting on mastitis plus four 3-monthly visits to their farms; group (ii) had meeting but no farm visit; and group (iii) were given no information. During 1 yr incidence of ma...
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Reference ranges for blood chemical and cellular components in the "healthy" population of interest are required to identify alterations in individuals in association with disease and disorders. The purpose of this study was to determine reference ranges for various constituents of hemolym...
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The effectiveness of 2 levels of educational effort on adoption of mastitis control procedures was studied in 43 herds with persistently high Wisconsin Mastitis Test scores. A teat dipping and dry cow therapy programme was adopted by more herds in the group on the higher level of educational effort,...
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