Kristy H. Campbell

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CLONE 'a group of two or more individuals with identical genetic makeup derived, by asexual reproduction, from a single common parent or ancestor' (The Chambers Dictionary 1993, Chambers Harrap). The term clone was originally applied to plants but has subsequently been used in a much broader context to include a person or thing closely similar to another, a(More)
The level of mastitis infection in a dairy herd can have a significant impact on herd profitability. Losses due to mastitis include decreased milk production, increased treatment costs, discarded milk, premature culling, death, decreased genetic potential, decreased reproductive performance, load rejection due to violation of somatic cell counts (SCC) or(More)
Who is responsible for the safety and quality of dairy products? Dairy producers? Processors? Retailers? Consumers? In fact, all of these parties – from farm to fork – share in this responsibility. What starts as a high-quality product on the farm can be ruined somewhere along this chain. However, a poor-quality, inferior raw product leaving the farm cannot(More)
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