Mild to moderate clinical mastitis: efficacy of intramammary amoxicillin, frequent milk-out, a combined intramammary amoxicillin, and frequent milk-out treatment versus no treatment.

@article{Roberson2004MildTM,
  title={Mild to moderate clinical mastitis: efficacy of intramammary amoxicillin, frequent milk-out, a combined intramammary amoxicillin, and frequent milk-out treatment versus no treatment.},
  author={Jerry R Roberson and Lorin D. Warnick and Ginny Moore},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={2004},
  volume={87 3},
  pages={583-92}
}
Study objectives were to determine the efficacy of 4 methods (intramammary amoxicillin, frequent milk-out, a combined intramammary amoxicillin and frequent milk-out, and no treatment) of managing mild to moderate clinical mastitis in a university dairy herd. Clinical and microbiological cures, milk production, disease progression, and California Mastitis Tests scores were evaluated. Cows meeting the study criteria were assigned to one of four treatment options based on a systematic… CONTINUE READING

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