Checking your milking machine is crucial to prevent mastitis in cattle. Find here a few simple tips to check your vacuum and prevent mastitis in cattle infections: the West Test, Pulsation Rate vs Ratio, etc. A correct maintenance of the milking machine will achieve a gentle milking of your dairy cows.
With the National Mastitis Council (NMC) Congress in Milan just around the corner, we wanted to take the opportunity to discuss with Paolo Moroni about the hot topics of the Congress and hearing his point of view regarding the control of those environmental pathogens which cause mastitis in cattle.
As the date for the international conference of the National Mastitis Council (NMC) is approaching (June 2018, in Milan), we’d like to give you an insight into what to expect at this year’s congress. That’s why we asked the NMC 2nd Vice President, Mr. Sarne De Vliegher, to answer some questions about what will be happening at the most important event on mastitis in cattle and review with him how the Congress has evolved over the last few year
The role of the milking machine is crucial to the prevention of mastitis in cattle. Find here a list of parameters to check during your visit to the “boot cleaning” place so you can prevent contagious mastitis in cattle.
Owing to the fact that bovine mastitis is a multifactorial disease (like other diseases in any farming production), a holistic approach is needed in order to take every opportunity to prevent bovine mastitis.
The pathogens causing mastitis can be very different, and knowing your enemy is the best way to control it. In this post we will explain the difference between environmental and contagious mastitis.