Help for teat-condition problems

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A second installment in the University of Wisconsin Milk Quality “Tool Box for Udder Health” online weekly series is now available. The installment is a paper entitled, “Addressing Teat Condition Problems.”

In the paper, several mastitis and milk-quality experts combine their collective experience and knowledge to:

  • Describe effective treatments, changes in management or changes in machine settings that provide successful solutions for teat-condition problems in commercial herds.
  • Indicate the expected time scale after the start of a successful treatment or management change until improvements in teat condition should become evident.
  • Provide an estimate of the degree of confidence attached to each recommendation or conclusion.

Read week TWO: Addressing Teat Condition Problems by I. Ohnstad, G.A. Mein, J.R. Baines, M.D. Rasmussen, R. Farnsworth, B. Pocknee, T.C. Hemling and J.E. Hillerton, Teat Club International.

Source: UW Milk Quality



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