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Incidence, etiology and antibiogram of pathogens isolated from subclinical mastitis in machine milked cows


, : Incidence, etiology and antibiogram of pathogens isolated from subclinical mastitis in machine milked cows. Indian Journal of Dairy Science 47(9): 730-733

The incidence of subclinical mastitis was studied in machine-milked cows on 8 farms in the Indian Pujab. It was 49.29 and 23.09% on an individual animal- and quarter basis respectively. Two-quarter infections were more prevalent (50.00%) than 1- (34.29%), 3- (11.43%) and 4- (4.29%) quarter infections. The occurrence of infection was higher in hind quarters than in fore quarters. It was greatest in the left-hind quarter (29.23%) and least in the left-fore quarter (20.00%).

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