Although considerable progress has been made in controlling contagious mastitis, intramammary infection continues to be the most frequently occurring and costliest disease of dairy cows.

In the latest installment in the eXtension Mastitis and Milk Management Weekly Series, Pamela L. Ruegg, veterinarian and milk quality specialist at the University of Wisconsin, reviews scientific data that can be used to improve treatment of clinical mastitis.

Click here to read “week TEN: Making Better Treatment Decisions for Managing Clinical Mastitis.”

Source: UW Milk Quality