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  • Papers presented at the 1989 .Annual Meeting, Tampa, Florida
  • 28th Annual Meeting (1989)

    February 09, 1989 12:00 AM - February 11, 1989 12:00 AM

    Papers presented at the 1989 .Annual Meeting, Tampa, Florida

    COMMENDATIONS AND CHALLENGES

    • Woody Pankey

    FINDINGS OF THE WISCONSIN STRAY VOLTAGE ANALYSIS TEAM

    • Don Bosman

    RECENT RESEARCH IN STRAY VOLTAGE

    • Dan Aneshansley

    UDDER HEALTH IN THE UNITED STATES: REPORT OF THE NATIONAL MASTITIS COUNCIL MILK QUALITY MONITORING COMMITTEE

    • Rick Bennett

    IMPACT OF MASTITIS ON DAIRY PRODUCT QUALITY AND YIELD: RESEARCH UPDATE

    • Dave Barbano

    BULK MILK BACTERIAL CULTURING - AN AID TO QUALITY MILK PRODUCTION

    • Tom Emmerson

    DEVELOPING A MILK QUALITY PROGRAM

    • John Cockrell

    AUTOMATIC MASTITIS DETECTION IN THE MILKING PARLOUR

    • Wim Rossing

    FROM COW IDENTIFICATION TO FULLY AUTOMATIC MILKING

    • Wim Rossing

    RECENT ADVANCES IN AUTOMATIC ACQUISITION AND ANALYSIS OF INDIVIDUAL COW DATA

    • Sid Spahr

    EXPERT SYSTEMS: ENTRY INTO THE INFORMATION AGE

    • Michael Tomaszewiski

    VACCINATION AGAINST MASTITIS CAUSED BY STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS

    • Dennis Watson

    INVESTIGATION OF AND RESOLUTION OF HERD MASTITIS DUE TO STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS

    • John McDonald

    STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES IN COW MILK

    • Scott Adams

    THE RELATIONSHIP OF MACHINE MILKING AND MASTITIS

    • David Galton

    WHAT U.S. MILKING MACHINE STANDARDS?

    • Robert Dawson

    EXPERIENCES WITH THE INTRODUCTION OF U.S. STYLE MILKING MACHINES

    • Peter Parker

    MANAGED MILKING PROCEDURES CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

    • Roger Mellenberger

    HOW TO DO A SYSTEM ANALYSIS

    • Ben Harrington

    Papers presented at the 1988 Regional Meeting, Tampa, Florida

    ANTIBIOTIC RESIDUES IN MILK

    • Curtis Miller

    PURE MILK IS THE GOAL

    • Cindy Enunons

    DAIRY COOPERATIVES' RESPONSE TO RECENT DRUG RELATED ISSUES

    • John Adams

    IMPROVING MILK QUALITY THROUGH COW MANAGEMENT

    • David Kelbert

    MILKING SYSTEMS AND MILK QUALITY

    • Frank McClellan

    COOLING PONDS AND MILK QUALITY

    • David Bray

    MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS FOR RAW MILK QUALITY EVALUATION

    • Ronald Schmidt

    Abstracts of posters presented at the 1989 Technology Transfer Session

    Milk quality programs - knowledge and practices.

    • A.N. Bringe ;
    • K. Bolton

    Educational strategy to improve udder health in dairy herds that have practiced teat dipping and administered dry cow therapy for several years.

    • R.R. Peters ;
    • E.K. Cassel ;
    • R.C. Eickelberger ;
    • J.E. Manspeaker ;
    • L.E. Stewart

    Delivering producer education via mini-videos.

    • R.R. Peters ;
    • J.K. Reneau ;
    • B.J. Conlin ;
    • G.R. Steuernagel

    Stall barn milking routine video.

    • J.K. Reneau ;
    • B.J. Conlin ;
    • R. D. Appleman ;
    • R. J. Farnsworth ;
    • A.N. Bringe

    Machine XPERT: An expert system for troubleshooting and correcting milking system problems.

    • B.J. Conlin ;
    • J.K. Reneau ;
    • R. D. Appleman ;
    • R. J. Farnsworth

    Mastitis Manager: A software package for analysis and decision making using clinical mastitis data from PCDART-DHI herds.

    • R.L. De La Sota ;
    • M. A. DeLorenzo ;
    • D. W. Webb ;
    • R. P. Natzke

    Staphylococcus aureus Intramammary Infections (IMI) in First Lactation Cows at Calving: Preliminary Evaluation.

    • J. R. Roberson ;
    • L. K. Fox

    Prevalence and treatment of intramammary infections in breeding age and in pregnant dairy heifers.

    • P. Trinidad ;
    • S.C. Nickerson

    Hematogenous route of infection in mastitis-metritis syndrome.

    • S.K. Prabhakar ;
    • K. B. Singh ;
    • D.C. Nauriyal

    Kill mechanisms and residues of three common teat dip germicides.

    • E. Bonewitz ;
    • M. Winicov

    Improvement in milk quality with use of a germicidal barrier teat dip utilizing chlorous acid/chlorine dioxide.

    • R. Annis ;
    • K. Schultz

    Chlorhexidine as a teat dip component.

    • C. Good ;
    • F. Wuertz

    Effectiveness of low iodine concentration teat dips on new intramammary infections and associated residues in milk.

    • J.P. Scolaro

    Effectiveness of teat dips and udder wash antimicrobials against Listeria monocytogenes isolated from mastitic cows.

    • J. Licliorat ;
    • K. Rossmore ;
    • C. Drenzek

    Measuring milking machine liner slips.

    • S.B. Spencer

    Antibiotic testing: A simpler way.

    • T.K. Brock

    New residue testing technologies.

    • R.H. Suva ;
    • T.Y. Lin

    The use of a novel intramammary infusion syringe to facilitate partial insertion of the bovine teat canal.

    • S.F. Sutherland

    Evaluation of a diagnostic scheme and therapy of coliform mastitis.

    • G.E. Ward ;
    • G.F. Jones

    Effects of storage on viability of mastitis pathogens.

    • P. A. Murdough ;
    • J.K. Wadsworth ;
    • J.W. Pankey ;
    • E. E. Wildman

    Monitoring of Udder Health by In-Line Milk Conductivity.

    • S.L. Spahr ;
    • H.B. Puckett ;
    • R. S. Fernando ;
    • R. Surber ;
    • K. Zeil

    Use of flow cytometry in diagnosis of mastitis.

    • M. J. Paape ;
    • L. M. Berning ;
    • S. K. Salgar ;
    • M. Worku ;
    • R.R. Peters

    Assessment of the predictive value of N-acetyl-B-D-glucosaminidase (NAGase) for bovine mastitis.

    • L. M. Berning ;
    • G.E. Shook

    Using N-acetyl-B-D-g lucosaminidase (NAGase) activity and other milk indicators to predict subclinical mastitis.

    • R. H. Miller ;
    • M. J. Paape ;
    • A. J. Guidry ;
    • L. M. Berning

    NAGase WMT microbiology results and associated change in milk production for clinical mastitis cases on a dairy farm.

    • D. J. Wilson ;
    • P. C. Bartlett

    On farm application of disc flotation test for measurement of catalase activity for rapid screening of mastitic milk.

    • P. C. Vasavada

    An immunobinding test for Mycoplasma bovis in milk.

    • F. Infante ;
    • D.E. Jasper

    Use of a new enzyme linked immunosorbent assay for a program of identification segregation and culling of Staph aureus infected cows.

    • S. Adams ;
    • T. Matsushita ;
    • J. McDonald

    Evaluation of fluorogenic assays for differentiation of Streptococcus species of bovine origin.

    • K. R. Mathews ;
    • S. P. Oliver ;
    • B.E. Gillespie

    The Minnesota bulk tank culture system.

    • R. J. Farnsworth

    Bacterial and somatic cell counts in bulk tank milk from nine well managed farms.

    • J. S. Hogan ;
    • K. L. Smith ;
    • D. A. Todhunter ;
    • P. S. Schoenberger

    Vitamin E and selenium influences on mastitis and milk quality.

    • J. S. Hogan ;
    • K. L. Smith ;
    • D. A. Todhunter ;
    • P. S. Schoenberger

    Effect of supplemental selenium on experimental mastitis.

    • R. J. Erskine ;
    • R.J. Eberhart ;
    • R. W. Scholz ;
    • P. J. Grasso

    EFFECT OF SELENIUM REPLETION ON DNA-SYNTHESIS BY BOVINE BLOOD LYMPHOCYTES CULTURED

    • J. R. Stabel ;
    • B. J. Nonnecke ;
    • T. A. Reinhardt

    IN VITRO AND IN VIVO EFFECTS OF 125-DIHYDROXYVITAMIN D3 (l25-(OH)2D3) ON DNA-SYNTHESIS BY BOVINE PERIPHERAL BLOOD LYMPHOCYTES.

    • F. G. Hustmyer ;
    • B. J. Nonnecke ;
    • J. P. Goff ;
    • D.C. Beitz ;
    • R.L. Horst ;
    • T. A. Reinhardt