Good Udder Health: Important Key to Success on Modern Dairy Farms

A high somatic cell count, besides reducing milk revenue, also increases the likelihood of mastitis. Very undesirable then, due to its economic impact and the possible premature loss of valuable milking cows. Besides good milking protocols, optimally functioning milk equipment, good barn hygiene and focused breeding, more and more tools are appearing in the market place to assist farmers in maintaining good udder health in their herd.

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