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This article discusses the competition between veterinary teaching hospitals and private practice in North America for veterinary specialists, how these specialists favour private practice over the academia and the importance of addressing this issue for the support of veterinary education..
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Three projects recently funded by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) through the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues (NCVEI) focused on the veterinary school applicant pool, leadership skills in the veterinary profession, and a veterinary teaching hospital business mode...
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Three projects recently funded by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) through the National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues (NCVEI) focused on the veterinary school applicant pool, leadership skills in the veterinary profession, and a veterinary teaching hospital business mode...
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A cross-sectional study of 1,032 dairy herds in Ohio was conducted to determine the prevalence of the major contagious pathogens of mastitis (Streptococcus agalactiae and Staphylococcus aureus) and the use of common mastitis control measures. Herd owners were surveyed by mail concerning their use of...
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A stratified random sample of 50 Ohio dairy herds, monitored for 1 year between March 1988 and May 1989, was used to estimate the component costs of clinical mastitis per cow-year overall and by organism, the component costs of an episode of clinical mastitis overall and by organism, and the inciden...
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A stratified random sample of Ohio dairy herds was studied to relate herd management and environmental conditions to the prevalence of intramammary infection with coagulase-negative staphylococci. Management and environmental conditions were assessed by investigator observation and by interview with...
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Fifty Ohio dairy farms selected by stratified random sample were monitored to determine the incidence rate of clinical mastitis and prevalance of intramammary infection with the major intramammary pathogens. Population parameters for clinical mastitis incidence rate were estimated as 2.19, 3.33 and ...
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Dairy herds in Ohio were selected by stratified random sampling for participation in a disease-monitoring study to relate S. agalactiae intramammmary prevalence to herd management and environmental conditions. Of 48 herds studied, 27 herds had at least 1 cow infected with this pathogen. Management a...
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Forty-eight herds participating in the 1988/1989 Ohio National Animal Health Monitoring System dairy project were monitored for 1 year to determine the effects of environment and management on mortality in preweaned calves. Environmental factors were evaluated by veterinarians during monthly visits ...
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A stratified-random sample of 48 Ohio dairy herds participated in a 1-year disease monitoring survey to study herd management and environmental conditions affecting udder infection and clinical mastitis incidence. The mean monthly bulk-tank somatic cell count was used as an indicator of overall udde...
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A stratified random sample of Ohio dairy herds was studied to relate herd management and environmental conditions to the prevalence of intramammary infection with coagulase-negative staphylococci. Management and environmental conditions were assessed by investigator observation and by interview with...
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Forty-eight dairy herds in Ohio were selected as a stratified random sample for participation in a disease monitoring study to relate the prevalence of IMI with coliform and environmental streptococci to herd management and environmental conditions. Management and environmental conditions were asses...
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Dairy herds in Ohio were selected by stratified random sampling for participation in a disease-monitoring study to relate Streptococcus agalactiae intramammary prevalence to herd management and environmental conditions. Of 48 herds studied, 27 herds had at least 1 cow infected with this pathogen. Ma...
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To estimate herd prevalence of Salmonella spp, fecal specimens were obtained for culture from neonatal calves of 47 Ohio dairy herds. Of the 452 calves tested, 10 calves from 7 farms were culture-positive. Salmonella serotypes isolated were S dublin, S typhimurium, S enteritidis, S agona, S mbandaka...
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Dairy herds in Ohio were selected by stratified random sampling for participation in a disease-monitoring study to relate Streptococcus agalactiae intramammary prevalence to herd management and environmental conditions. Of 48 herds studied, 27 herds had at least 1 cow infected with this pathogen. Ma...
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A stratified-random sample of 48 Ohio dairy herds participated in a 1-year disease monitoring survey to study herd management and environmental conditions affecting udder infection and clinical mastitis incidence. The mean monthly bulk-tank somatic cell count was used as an indicator of overall udde...
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Nine dairy herds (mean size, 149 cows) with bulk-tank milk somatic cell counts of 80% of cows with Dairy Herd Improvement Association linear somatic cell counts >= 4 were selected for study. Each herd was monitored for 12 consecutive months. Duplicate quarter-milk specimens were collected from ea...
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The objective of this report is to present preliminary results from a postal survey carried out in the USA of farmers and herds that were participants in the DHIA somatic cell count option (DHI-SCC), and members of Milk Marketing Inc. (MMI) regarding their use of mastitis control practices. Four are...