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  • Papers Presented at the 1990 Annual Meeting in Louisville, Kentucky
  • 29th Annual Meeting (1990)

    February 12, 1990 1:00 AM - February 14, 1990 1:00 AM

    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

    Abstracts of Posters Presented at the 1990 Technology Transfer Session in Louisville. Kentucky

    Antibiotic Susceptibility Patterns of S . aureus Isolates from MastitisInfections

    • M.J. Gregoricka

    Plasmid profiles and antibiotic resistance patterns of bovine mastitis pathogens

    • B.M. Jayarao ;
    • S. P. Oliver

    The use of natural antibiotics to kill mastitis pathogens

    • J.S. Cullor

    A new non-toxic non-inhibitory therapeutic treatment for mild clinical mastitis

    • M.P. Corby ;
    • J. Lichorat

    Rapid multi-analyte residue testing of milk

    • B.P. Ram ;
    • L.S. Jang ;
    • D.E. Allison ;
    • A. Sinha ;
    • M.C. Platshon ;
    • D.G. Oliver

    The use of a new antibiotic residue test system utilizing ELISA technology

    • L. Chaney

    The 10-point quality assurance pharmaceutical control check list and proper drug use guidelines

    • National Milk Producers Federation

    Review of data obtained from a dairy cooperative mastitis prevention program

    • W.L. Potts ;
    • N.J. Corlett

    Sources and Prevalence of Coagulase Positive Staphylococci (CPS) in Heifer Calves: Preliminary Evaluation

    • J.R. Roberson ;
    • L.K. Fox

    Prevalence and incidence of mastitis in primiparous cows

    • E.E. Wildman ;
    • J.K. O'Neil ;
    • P.A. Drechslerl ;
    • J. W. Pankey

    Prevalence and etiology of heifer mastitis on 2 North Carolina dairies studied over a 3-year period

    • K. L. Anderson ;
    • P. B. Scharko ;
    • J. Fetrow

    Effects of novel intramammary devices on incidence of mastitis

    • S. C. Nickerson ;
    • R. L. Boddie

    Safety and Efficacy of a Bovine Sustained Release Selenium Device

    • G.J. Sumner

    Effects of zinc-methionine supplementation in high producing Holstein cows early in lactation

    • A.A. Aguilar ;
    • D. C. Jordan

    Genetic Evaluation of Sires for Lactation Somatic Cell Score

    • G. E. Shook ;
    • G. I. Banos

    Antimicrobial activity of bovine lactoferrin on growth of Listeria monocytogenes in UHT milk

    • K. D. Payne ;
    • P.M. Davidson ;
    • S. P. Oliver

    Use of recombinant bovine interferon-gamma against Escherichia coli mastitis

    • L.M. Sordillo ;
    • L.A. Babiuk

    Financial impact of vaccination against coli form mastitis with an Escherichia coli J5 vaccine

    • R. N. Gonzalez ;
    • H.O. Mohammed

    Bacterial counts associated with chopped newspaper bedding

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

    In vitro growth of environmental mastitis pathogens in various bedding materials

    • L.L. Timms ;
    • M. Brim

    Nocardia Mastitis: An outbreak and experimental studies

    • D.A. Barnum ;
    • K.E. Leslie

    The influence of end-of-milking indicators install barns

    • M. Mayer ;
    • A.N. Bringe

    Performance studies of an enzyme-linked immunosorbant assay for detecting Staphylococcus aureus antibody in cow milk

    • T. Matsushita ;
    • D. S. Adams

    Incidence of Staphylococcus aureus mastitis in Virginia dairy herds

    • G.M. Jones ;
    • T.M. Grove

    Pro Staph Use and Results in Iowa Illinois and South Dakota

    • D. Dill

    Antibody testing of bulk tank milk from dairy herds with known prevalence of Staphylococcus aureus infection

    • L.K. Fox ;
    • J.A. Nagy

    Chapped Teats and Staphylococcus aureus Mastitis

    • G. Saperstein

    Detecting and eliminating the reservoir for Staphylococcus aureus before attempting eradication of staphylococcal mastitis

    • G. Pochard ;
    • C. Steiner ;
    • K. Kirby

    Sodium Hypochlorite Pre-milking teat dip containing skin conditioners

    • G.J. Westfall

    Controlling mastitis with an aerosol teat dis infectant

    • W. Schmidt ;
    • B.R. Cords

    Germicidal Activity of a Residue-Safe Peroxide Based Teat Dip

    • J. K. Reneau

    The effect of a specified teat wash procedure using a teat dip as wash solution on milking routine and bacterial contamination of teat surfaces

    • E. Bonewitz ;
    • M. Winicov

    Residues of 3 common teat dip germicides and milk iodine residues in herds practicing iodophor premilking teat disinfection

    • E.H. Bonewitz

    An econometric model of potential impact of residue related occurrences in a market environment where consumer awareness and opinion of food content and constituents is growing and increasingly acted upon

    • Equipment Manufacturers Institute

    The role of the EMI Milking Machine Manufacturers Council in the dairy industry

    • R. N. Gonzalez

    Mastitis caused by human group G streptococci ( Streptococcus dysgalactiae.) First report in dairy cows.

    • R. N. Gonzalez ;
    • B.F. Netherton ;
    • G.L. Hayes ;
    • P.M. Sears

    Demonstration of capsule on the surface of coagulase-negative staphylococci of bovine origin by electron microscopy

    • K. R. Matthews

    Effect of recombinant bovine interleukins 1 and 2 on mono-nuclear cell response to mitogens

    • P.M. Torre

    Immunomodulatocy effects of recombinant bovine G-CSF on leukocytes in bloodand milk of cows at calving time

    • M.E. Kehrli ;
    • J.A. Harp ;
    • J.R. Stabel ;
    • R.R. Thurston ;
    • J.P. Goff