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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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The value of herd somatic cell counts (SCC) in evaluating mastitis control programmes is pointed out; in conjunction with DHIA measures, a herd SCC programme should enable farmers to maintain SCC at less than 500 000/ml in 90% of cows. High individual cow SCC are discussed as indicators for culling,...
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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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The design of horse housing for improved animal health and veterinary access is described. Free stalls are used for feeding and for palpation. Floor surfaces of ground limestone, clay, 3/4 inch gravel and asphalt are used. Low cost palpation stalls are used for safe work with mares..