The goal of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of a polyvalent vaccine on a farm with Klebsiella mastitis problems. 

Über diesen Artikel

Veröffentlicht in

WBC 2018 Sapporo

Datum

21.09.2018

Verfasser

Kenzak, S.; Jae Woo Cho; Pochodyla, M.

Zusammenfassung

As a result of the decrease in total mastitis cases and the lower grade of severity of mastitis cases, daily milk production increased from the time of vaccination.

Ähnliche Produkte

Ähnliche Veröffentlichungen

Teilen

The contents of this page are country specific and aimed specifically at prescribing veterinarians.

This product is not available in {{ preferredCountry.title }}.

You will be redirected to our global site. Click on continue to visit our global site (available in English).

Confirm that you are a veterinary professional:

This product is not available in {{ countrySelect.title }}.

You will be redirected to our global site. Click on continue to visit our global site (available in English).

  • I am a veterinarian (otherwise please contact a veterinary professional)

Select your country:

Country {{countrySelect.title}}
  • Global (available in English)
  • {{country.title}}
start portlet menu bar

Case Report: Field experience with a polyvalent mastitis vaccine on a commercial dairy farm infected with Klebsiella

Display portlet menu
end portlet menu bar

Siehe auch