A look at infectious teat conditions

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A fourth installment in the “Tool Box for Udder Health” weekly series is available at the University of Wisconsin Milk Quality website.

In “week FOUR: Evaluation of Bovine Teat Condition in Commercial Dairy Herds: 2. Infectious Factors and Infections,” milk-quality experts discuss infectious factors that affect teat condition, including viral, fungal and bacterial agents.

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Source: UW Milk Quality



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