With higher milk production and cattle held in the older group, these two factors have a tendency to increase the incidence of mastitis.
Mastitis cases can burn for a long period of dry cattle (not raise calves) and lit up during calving.
Mastitis, or inflammation of the mammary glands causing swelling in the infected area along with heat and pain. affected cattle may have guarded the road because of illness. If the infection is severe or when more than one-quarter involved, the cow may have a fever (fever) and depression. The sooner you start treatment, the better.
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Dismantling (milking) infected milk together with systemic antibiotics such as penicillin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and treatment with approved products in the udder is my preferred method. It has the greatest chance for success.
If you detect a stripping-quarter air, this is often a serious infection. The bacteria produce a poison gas and can be life threatening. Unlike dairy cows where we have to consider the withdrawal of milk, this is not a problem with the beef cattle using dry cow treatment is an option.