A toolbox for udder health

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With increasing focus on milk quality and demand for lower somatic cell counts, it is important that dairy producers have the tools to help reduce mastitis incidence and effectively manage mastitis cases.

A new weekly milk-quality series from the University of Wisconsin Milk Quality team provides hands-on resources for assessing teat and udder condition, detecting unseen infections and preventing chronic disease.

Check out week ONE: A Tool Box for Assessing Cow, Udder and Teat Hygiene.

Source: UW Milk Quality



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