In many countries, performing individual checks of SCC (Somatic Cell Count) on each animal is mandatory, at least once a month. This checks are very useful, as they provide farmers and veterinarians working in milk quality with highly valuable information. How can you perform these tests and obtain this useful information for your client? It it is easy, we’ll give you all the details here!
When it comes to bovine mastitis, the teat end acts as a “main-door” barrier that protects dairy farms from those pathogens causing bovine mastitis. Learn here how to evaluate the state of the primary protection against teat pathogens.