Cow, farm, and management factors during the dry period that determine the rate of clinical mastitis after calving.

@article{Green2007CowFA,
  title={Cow, farm, and management factors during the dry period that determine the rate of clinical mastitis after calving.},
  author={M. J. Green and A. J. Bradley and Graham F Medley and William J. Browne},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={2007},
  volume={90 8},
  pages={3764-76}
}
The purpose of the research was to investigate cow characteristics, farm facilities, and herd management strategies during the dry period to examine their joint influence on the rate of clinical mastitis after calving. Data were collected over a 2-yr period from 52 commercial dairy farms throughout England and Wales. Cows were separated for analysis into those housed for the dry period (8,710 cow-dry periods) and those at pasture (9,964 cow-dry periods). Multilevel models were used within a… CONTINUE READING
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