Use on-farm culturing to make treatment decisions

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Administering antibiotics to all cases of clinical mastitis is not always necessary, and can result in unnecessary dumping of milk and economic loss.

Antibiotic treatment should be determined by culture results of each individual case of clinical mastitis, advises Christina Petersson-Wolfe, Virginia Tech Extension dairy scientist.

In the May 2012 Virginia Tech Dairy Pipeline newsletter, Petersson-Wolfe discusses some of the on-farm culture systems that have been developed, what you need to set up an on-farm culture system and advice on collecting milk samples.

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Source: Virginia Tech Dairy Pipeline, May 2012



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