For Veterinarians: Antimicrobial Residues and Molecular Testing

November 11, 2013 in Weekly Series: A Tool Box for Udder Health by nmlennart

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For Veterinarians: Antimicrobial Residues and Molecular Testing Drug Residue Déjà Vu: Avoiding Residues in Milk and Cull Dairy Cows Dr. Pamela Ruegg, Dairy Science Department,
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week EIGHT: Taking Sterile Milk Samples & The California Mastitis Test

February 28, 2013 in Weekly Series: A Tool Box for Udder Health by nmlennart

week EIGHT: Taking Sterile Milk Samples & the California Mastitis Test

week EIGHT: Taking Sterile Milk Samples & the California Mastitis Test Taking Sterile Milk Samples Background Part of mastitis control programs include microbiological analysis of
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week SEVEN: Relationship Between Teat-End Callosity or Hyperkeratosis and Mastitis

January 23, 2013 in Weekly Series: A Tool Box for Udder Health by nmlennart

week SEVEN Relationship Between Teat-End Callosity or Hyperkeratosis and Mastitis

week SEVEN: Relationship Between Teat-End Callosity or Hyperkeratosis and Mastitis After repeated milkings, changes appear in teat-end tissue, resulting in the development of a callous ring
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week SIX: All in the Design

December 18, 2012 in Weekly Series: A Tool Box for Udder Health by nmlennart

week SIX: All in the Design

week SIX: All in the Design Your teat dip cup’s style could affect your herd’s mastitis risk Proper milking procedures are critical for reducing mastitis
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week FIVE: Evaluation of Bovine Teat Condition in Commercial Dairy Herds: 3. Getting the Numbers Right

December 3, 2012 in Weekly Series: A Tool Box for Udder Health by nmlennart

week FIVE: Evaluation of Bovine Teat Condition in Commercial Dairy Herds: 3. Getting the Numbers Right

week FIVE: Evaluation of Bovine Teat Condition in Commercial Dairy Herds: 3. Getting the Numbers Right

week FOUR: Evaluation of Bovine Teat Condition in Commercial Dairy Herds: 2. Infectious Factors and Infections

November 20, 2012 in Weekly Series: A Tool Box for Udder Health by nmlennart

week FOUR Evaluation of Bovine Teat Condition in Commercial Dairy Herds: 2. Infectious Factors and Infections

week FOUR: Evaluation of Bovine Teat Condition in Commercial Dairy Herds: 2. Infectious Factors and Infections

week THREE: Evaluation of Bovine Teat Condition in Commercial Dairy Herds

October 31, 2012 in Weekly Series: A Tool Box for Udder Health by nmlennart

week THREE: Evaluation of Bovine Teat Condition in Commercial Dairy Herds: 1. Non-Infectious Factors

week THREE: Evaluation of Bovine Teat Condition in Commercial Dairy Herds: 1. Non-Infectious Factors Ohnstad4, M.D.Rasmussen2, L.Timms5, J.S.Britt5, R.Farnsworth5, N. Cook5 & T. Hemling5. “Teat
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week TWO: Addressing Teat Condition Problems

October 18, 2012 in Weekly Series: A Tool Box for Udder Health by nmlennart

week TWO: Assessing Teat Condition Problems

week TWO: Addressing Teat Condition Problems I. Ohnstad, G.A. Mein, J.R. Baines, M.D. Rasmussen, R. Farnsworth, B. Pocknee, T.C. Hemling and J.E. Hillerton Teat Club
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week ONE: A Tool Box for Assessing Cow, Udder and Teat Hygiene

September 29, 2012 in Weekly Series: A Tool Box for Udder Health by nmlennart

Udder Hygiene Scoring Chart

week ONE: A Tool Box for Assessing Cow, Udder and Teat Hygiene Paper presented at the 2007 annual meeting of the NMC, by Nigel B.
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