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  • Papers Presented at the 1990 Annual Meeting in Louisville, Kentucky
  • Papers Presented at the 1990 Annual Meeting in Louisville, Kentucky

    PRESIDENT'S REPORT

    • Paul Thompson

    RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN MILKING MACHINE RESEARCH

    • Graeme Mein

    PREMIUMS MAKE A DIFFERENCE

    • Jim Geyer

    THE BEGINNING OF THE ONTARIO SOMATIC CELL COUNT PENALTY PROGRAM

    • Neil Anderson

    AN APPROACH TO INTEGRATING MILK QUALITY DATA WITH HERD PRODUCTIVITY INFORMATION APHIN - ANIMAL PRODUCTIVITY AND HEALTH INFORMATION NETWORK

    • Ian Dohoo

    UPDATE ON NUTRITION AND MASTITIS

    • Joe Hogan

    INTRAMAMMARY INFECTIONS IN PRIMIPAROUS COWS IN THE PERIPARTURIENT PERIOD

    • Bob Harmon

    THE EMPLOYEE FACTOR IN QUALITY MILK

    • Bernie Erven

    EVALUATING MASTITIS TESTS

    • Ian Dohoo

    A METHOD FOR ESTIMATING CONFIDENCE IN THE MICROBIOLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS OF INTRAMAMMARY INFECTION

    • K. Smith Larry

    SOMATIC CELL COUNTS MONITORING NEW INFECTIONS AND HERD STATUS

    • Jeff Reneau

    ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY AS AN IN-LINE INDICATOR OF MASTITIS

    • Graeme Mein

    CAN SOMATIC CELL COUNTS GET TOO LOW?

    • Leo Timms

    PROPER DRUG USE AND RESIDUE AVOIDANCE ON DAIRY FARMS

    • Steve Vaughn

    NEW TREATMENT STRATEGIES

    • Steve Nickerson

    THE ANTIBIOTIC RESIDU PROBLEM - A VETERINARIAN'S VIEWPOINT

    • Dave Reid

    UDDER HEALTH AND BST: IS THERE A NEED FOR CONCERN ?

    • Phil Sears

    A FUTURE LOOK AT BOVINE MASTITIS: IMPLICATIONS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY

    • Steve Oliver

    MILK SAFETY - WHO'S RESPONSIBLE

    • Jay Boosinger

    DEFENSE MECHANISMS OF THE COW

    • Steve Nickerson

    MASTITIS - TWO DIFFERENT DISEASES: CONTAGIOUS AND ENVIRONMENTAL

    • Woody Pankey

    KANSAS MASTITIS CONTROL PROGRAM

    • Richard Dunham

    MASTITIS CONTROL PROGRAM AT THE SCHWARZWEIS FARM

    • Kenton Schwarz