Clinical mastitis in cows treated with sometribove (recombinant bovine somatotropin) and its relationship to milk yield.

@article{White1994ClinicalMI,
  title={Clinical mastitis in cows treated with sometribove (recombinant bovine somatotropin) and its relationship to milk yield.},
  author={Timothy. R. White and Kathleen S. Madsen and Raymond L. Hintz and R Porche Sorbet and Robert J. Collier and Douglas L. Hard and Gary F. Hartnell and W. A. Samuels and G de Kerchove and Fien Anna Adriaens},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={1994},
  volume={77 8},
  pages={
          2249-60
        }
}
Effect of sometribove (methionyl bovine somatotropin) on mastitis in 15 full lactation trials (914 cows) in Europe and the US and 70 short-term studies (2697 cows) in eight countries was investigated. In full lactation studies, sometribove (500 mg/2 wk) was given for 252 d, commencing 60 d postpartum. Although herds varied considerably, incidence of clinical mastitis within a herd was similar for cows receiving control and sometribove treatments. Relative risk analyses indicated no treatment… CONTINUE READING
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