ENVIRONMENTAL STREPTOCOCCAL MASTITIS: FACTS, FABLES, AND FALLACIES

@inproceedings{Hogan2003ENVIRONMENTALSM,
  title={ENVIRONMENTAL STREPTOCOCCAL MASTITIS: FACTS, FABLES, AND FALLACIES},
  author={J. Sheridan Hogan and Kacey L. Smith},
  year={2003}
}
Environmental streptococci have emerged as mastitis pathogens that uniquely affect mammaryhealth as a primary cause of both subclinical and clinical mastitis. Exposure of uninfected glandsto environmental streptococci occurs during milking, between milkings, during the dry period, andprior to parturition in first lactation heifers. Factors related to housing facilities and managementpractices that contribute to decreasing exposure of teats to environmental streptococci andincreasing host… CONTINUE READING

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