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Clinical mastitis (CM) is one of the major diseases in dairy herds. It induces economic costs, mainly consisting of discarded milk, increased health care costs and reduced milk quality. Mastitis also contributes to consumer concerns regarding animal welfare and regarding the impact of use of antibio...
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Genetic parameters were estimated for clinical mastitis (CM) and four traits for somatic cell count (SCC) based on patterns in consecutive test-day records. Data, spanning 3 years (1992-94), came from 274 Dutch herds and contained 24 030 lactations of 19 750 cows, with 3399 cases of CM. Phenotypic r...
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Acquiring new knowledge and techniques by dairy farmers is critical to controlling mastitis. The Canadian Bovine Mastitis Research Network is a unique partnership that aims to advance mastitis control through integrated mastitis research and transfer. The Canadian dairy industry and 42 researchers i...