Mastitis remains the most significant economic disease of dairy cows, with recent research indicating combined direct and indirect costs of $444 for a single case of mastitis in the first 30 days of lactation.
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Clara Bastian

Although mastitis may occur any time within the life cycle of the cow, there are two periods of greatest risk occurring at either end of the dry period.

When the cow ceases milk secretion in preparing for the dry period, there is a loss of the milk “flushing” effect that minimizes bacteria entering the teat opening.

Anik Dairy, owned by dairy major Lactalis Group, has named SubhashisBasu as its new chief executive officer.

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