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Is there a Link between Mastitis and Endotoxins in High Producing Dairy Cows?

31 December 2016


CANADA - Remarks by James Cullor, UC Davis, USA, during the ruminants breakout session at the 2016 World Nutrition Forum in Vancouver, Canada.

Bovine mastitis is the most costly infectious disease in dairy cattle, buffalo, sheep and goats. Gram-negative bacteria are responsible for many clinical conditions observed in cattle. Coliform mastitis is a common disease initiated by gram-negative opportunists, and can devastate dairy production. This develops in the first 100 days of lactation encompassing all degree of severity.


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