March 20, 2012 in Weekly Series: Mastitis and Milk Management
week TWELVE: Teat Disinfection Facts
The rate of new udder infection is related to the number of mastitis-causing pathogens on teat ends. Disinfecting teats with a germicidal agent immediately after milking kills most of the pathogens on teats. This in turn reduces the chance of those pathogens getting into the udder.
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