Association af Changes in the Bacterial Ecology of Bovine Mastitis with Changes in the use of Milking Machines and Antibacterial Drugs

@article{Myllys1994AssociationAC,
  title={Association af Changes in the Bacterial Ecology of Bovine Mastitis with Changes in the use of Milking Machines and Antibacterial Drugs},
  author={V. Myllys and T. Honkanen-Buzalski and P. Huovinen and M. Sandholm and E. Nurmi},
  journal={Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica},
  year={1994},
  volume={35},
  pages={363 - 369}
}
The results of mastitis bacteriology made by the National Veterinary and Food Research Institute in Finland during the past 50 years (1.15 million samples) are viewed in relation to simultaneous changes in dairy cow management. Although intensive preventive measures have been applied for decades, the prevalence of bovine mastitis has not decreased. Instead, pathogenic bacteria are becoming progressively less susceptible to the available therapy. In part this must be due to the emergence of… Expand
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