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  • PRESIDENT'S REPORT
  • 36th Annual Meeting (1997)

    February 16, 1997 1:00 AM - February 19, 1997 1:00 AM

    PRESIDENT'S REPORT

    PRESIDENT'S REPORT

    • K. Larry Larry Smith

    PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE SEMINAR JOINTLY SPONSORED WITH THE INTERNATIONAL DAIRY FEDERATION A2 GROUP OF MASTITIS EXPERTS

    QUALITY MILK PRODUCTION - POTENTIAL HAZARDS

    • Walther Heeschen

    FDA CONCERNS WITH PATHOGENS AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS IN RAW MILK

    • Joseph Smucker

    MASTITIS AND DAIRY ENVIRONMENT PATHOGENS OF PUBLIC HEALTH CONCERN

    • James Cullor

    MILK AS A RISK FACTOR FOR BSE

    • Eric Hillerton

    RAW MILK CHEESE AND HUMAN HEALTH CONCERNS

    • Alfonso 'Zecconi

    MILK AS A RISK FACTOR FOR CROHN'S DISEASE

    • Gerald Mechor

    PERSPECTIVES ON MASTITIS FROM "DOWN-UNDER"

    • Murray Woolford

    TROUBLESHOOTING HIGH BACTERIA COUNTS IN FARM MILK

    • Doug Reinemann

    USE OF MICROBIOLOGY AND STRATEGIC SITE SAMPLING AT STRATEGIC TIMES TO SOLVE HIGH BACTERIA COUNT PROBLEMS IN BULK TANK MILK "An actual case history "

    • Jenks Britt

    THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOUTHPIECE VACUUM TEAT CONDITION AND UDDER HEALTH

    • Morten Dam Rasmussen

    VACUUM LEVEL MEASUREMENT USING FLOW SIMULATION

    • Steven Stewart

    THE EFFECTS ON PARLOR PERFORMANCE BY VARIATIONS OF DETACHER SETTINGS

    • David Reid

    PRINCIPLES AND METHODS FOR MANAGING UDDER HEALTH DATA

    • Ken Leslie

    SCATTER GRAPHS AS A TOOL FOR MANAGING UDDER HEALTH DATA

    • Paul Rapnicki

    USEFULNESS OF RECORDING CLINICAL MASTITIS EPISODES

    • Theo Lam

    EVALUATING MASTITIS CONTROL PROGRAMS ON LARGE PENNSYLVANIA DAIRY HERDS

    • David Wolfgang

    MANAGING AUTOMATED ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY DATA

    • David Kelbert

    BIOSECURITY PRINCIPLES AS APPLIED TO UDDER HEALTH

    • William Sischo

    EVALUATION OF MILK CULTURE SCC AND CMT FOR SCREENING HERD ADDITIONS

    • David Wilson

    APPROACHES TO ACHIEVING AND MAINTAINING A HERD FREE OF MYCOPLASMA MASTITIS

    • David Bray

    UDDER HEALTH MANAGEMENT IN A LARGE DAIRY HERD - MAINTAINING CONTROL

    • Andy Keeter

    REDUCING INTRAMAMMARY INFECTIONS IN HEIFERS UTILIZING TAIL TAGS

    • Sam Galphin

    FREQUENT MILK-OUT AS A TREATMENT FOR SUBACUTE CLINICAL MASTITIS

    • Jerry Roberson

    J?VAC?: EFFECT OF ROUTE OF IMMUNIZATION AGAINST COLIFORM BACTERIAL CHALLENGE

    • Grant Tomita

    DRY COW ANTIBIOTIC TREATMENT IN A HERD WITH LOW CONTAGIOUS MASTITIS PREVALENCE

    • John Kirk

    MILK ANTIBIOTIC SCREENING TESTS: EVALUATION CHARACTERISTICS AND USE

    • Norris Alderson

    RESULTS OF THE NATIONAL TANKER MONITORING PROGRAM

    • Joseph Smucker

    FINDINGS IN FIELD INVESTIGATIONS OF RESIDUE VIOLATIONS

    • Norman Corlett

    ANTIBIOTIC RESIDUE TESTS FOR INDIVIDUAL COWS - AN UPDATE

    • Sheila Andrew

    POSTERS PRESENTED AT THE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER SESSION

    EVALUATION OF TWO POST-MILKING MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES DURING THE WINTER MONTHS

    • R.J. Norell ;
    • J.H. Packham ;
    • S. C. Parkinson ;
    • S. Gortsema ;
    • S. Harrison ;
    • L.K. Fox

    CHARACTERIZATION OF TEAT-END LESIONS OBSERVED ON DAIRY COWS DURING WINTER

    • L.L. Timms ;
    • M. Ackermann ;
    • M. Kehrli

    EVALUATION OF A NOVEL PERSISTENT BARRIER TEAT DIP FOR PREVENTING MASTITIS DURING THE DRY PERIOD

    • L.L. Timms ;
    • A. Steffens ;
    • S. Piggott ;
    • L. Allen

    CONCENTRATED TEAT DIPS FOR TODAY'S DAIRY PRODUCER

    • T.C. Hemling ;
    • M.D. McKinzie

    AGRISEPT? TABS: MICROBIAL CONTROL FOR MASTITIS PREVENTION

    • J. S. Cullor

    FIELD APPLIED SOMATIC CELL DETERMINATION (SOMALITE?) IN COMPARISON TO FOSS (ESCC)

    • T. Angstadt

    THE DIFFERENTIAL INFLAMMATORY CELL COUNT (DICC) AS DETERMINED VIA THE BRYTE HS FLOW CYTOMETER FROM BIO-RAD

    • D. Redelman

    A MASTITIS MONITORING PROGRAM USING THE DIFFERENTIAL INFLAMMATORY CELL COUNT (DICC)

    • D. Redelman

    RELATING SUBCLINICAL MASTITIS TO DHIA DATA AND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN 30 HERDS USING AN ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK

    • C. W. Heald ;
    • T. Kim ;
    • W.M. Sischo ;
    • J.B. Cooper

    USING PCDART AS A PART OF TQM

    • W.D. Gilson ;
    • J. W. Smith

    ANALYZING HERD SOMATIC CELL COUNTS USING DHI HERD SUMMARY DATA

    • J. W. Smith ;
    • W.D. Gilson

    ASSESSING MASTITIS-CONTROL STRATEGIES WITH SIMMAST

    • H. G. Allore ;
    • H.N. Erb ;
    • P.A. Oltenacu

    MANAGING MILK QUALITY A TRAINING COURSE FOR DAIRY FARMERS

    • P. Levesque

    DAIRY PRODUCTION IN THE TOKACHI REGION OF JAPAN

    • K. Seo

    A STUDY OF MASTITIS-CAUSING PATHOGENS IN THE SWINE HERD AS COMPARED TO THOSE IN THE COMMERCIAL DAIRY HERD

    • K.A. Jappers ;
    • A.G. Mathew ;
    • S.E. Chattin

    EFFECTS OF TESTING LAB COUNTING METHOD AND SAMPLE SHIPMENT ON SOMATIC CELL COUNTS OF GOAT MILK

    • S.S. Zeng ;
    • E.N. Escobar ;
    • S. Hart ;
    • L. Hinckley ;
    • M. Baulthaus ;
    • G. T. Robinson ;
    • G. Jahnke

    SOMATIC CELL COUNT IN THE FIRST SIX MILKINGS AFTER CALVING

    • H. W. Barkema ;
    • A.L. W. De Gee ;
    • H.A. Deluyker ;
    • M.F.G. Van Goubergen ;
    • Y.H. Schukken ;
    • T.J. G.M. Lam

    INFLUENCE OF MILK SOMATIC CELL COUNT ON CHEESE YIELD

    • P. Tavolaro ;
    • L.F. Laranja da Fonseca ;
    • J.C. Paneta ;
    • C.L.Q. Sousa ;
    • O.L. Vargas ;
    • L.C. Ferreira ;
    • P.H.M. Rodrigues

    EFFICACY OF EXTENDED LACTATIONAL INTRAMAMMARY ANTIBIOTIC TREATMENT AGAINST S. AUREUS MASTITIS

    • M.B. Cattel ;
    • A. Belschner

    DIHYDROSTREPTOMYCIN RESIDUE CONCENTRATION AND PENICILLIN ACTIVITY IN MILK FROM DAIRY COWS TREATED IMM WITH QUARTERMASTER® 44-60 DAYS PREPARTUM

    • J. W. Hallberg ;
    • R.E. Hornish ;
    • T.S. Arnold ;
    • C.P. Benner

    MINIMUM INHIBITORY CONCENTRATIONS FOR EIGHT ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AGAINST MASTITIS ORGANISMS FROM DAIRY HEIFERS FROM DENMARK

    • S.A. Salmon ;
    • J.L. Watts ;
    • F.M. Aarestrup

    INFLUENCE OF PREPARTUM ANTIBIOTIC ADMINISTRATION ON INTRAMAMMARY INFECTIONS IN MULTIPAROUS DAIRY COWS DURING EARLY LACTATION

    • S. P. Oliver ;
    • M.J. Lewis ;
    • H.H. Dowlen

    MASTITIS PATHOGEN ISOLATION IN HEIFERS THROUGHOUT LACTATION FOLLOWING PREPARTUM ANTIBIOTIC TREATMENT

    • S. P. Oliver ;
    • M.J. Lewis ;
    • B.E. Gillespie ;
    • H.H. Dowlen

    SUBTYPING OF STREPTOCOCCUS DYSGALACTIAE ISOLATED FROM BOVINE MAMMARY GLANDS BY DNA FINGERPRINTING

    • S. P. Oliver ;
    • B.E. Gillespie ;
    • B.M. Jayarao ;
    • J. W. Pankey

    DNA FINGERPRINTING OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS A UREUS ISOLATED FROM HORN FLIES AND FROM MAMMARY SECRETIONS OF HEIFERS

    • S. P. Oliver ;
    • B.E. Gillespie ;
    • W.E. Owens ;
    • S.C. Nickerson

    STRAIN TYPING STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS FROM BOVINE INTRAMAMMARY INFECTIONS USING ANTIBIOGRAMS BIOCHEMICAL PROFILES AND DNA FINGERPRINTING

    • R. Wallace ;
    • K. Hoblet ;
    • J. Hogan ;
    • G. Queen

    DIAGNOSIS OF MYCOPLASMA MASTITIS USING POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION: PRELIMINARY STUDIES

    • R.P. Dinsmore ;
    • J.K. Collins ;
    • J. Carman

    PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF PLASMID FINGER PRINTING IN THE CONTROL OF STAPH.AUREUS MASTITIS

    • R. Piccinini ;
    • P. Moroni ;
    • A. Zepponi ;
    • A. Zecconi

    SUBTYPING STREPTOCOCCUS UBERIS BY REPETITIVE SEQUENCE-BASED POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION

    • K. Ajariyakhajom ;
    • R.J. Famswonh ;
    • V. Kapur ;
    • M.A. Mellencamp

    DETERMINATION OF ALPHA-TOXIN ANTIBODIES AGAINST STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS AND PHAGOCYTIC ABILITY POSTIMMUNIZATION IN RABBITS

    • H.R. Han ;
    • H.M. Park ;
    • D. Kim

    DETECTION OF M-LIKE PROTEIN AND LIPOTEICHOIC ACID IN STREPTOCOCCUS DYSGALACTIAE ISOLATED FROM BOVINE INTRAMAMMARY INFECTIONS

    • L.F. Calvino ;
    • D.A. Luther ;
    • R.A. Almeida ;
    • S. P. Oliver ;
    • M.S. Bronze ;
    • J.J. Drabick

    MAMMARY EPITHELIAL CELL INVASION: A COMMON VIRULENCE ATTRIBUTE AMONG BOVINE MASTITIS PATHOGENS

    • R.A. Almeida ;
    • S. P. Oliver ;
    • K.R. Matthews

    INFLUENCE OF CLINICAL MASTITIS DURING EARLY LACTATION ON REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF JERSEY COWS

    • A.R. Barker ;
    • R.N. Schrick ;
    • M.J. Lewis ;
    • H.H. Dowlen ;
    • A.M. Saxton ;
    • S. P. Oliver

    SUMMARY OF PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS ON EFFICACY OF PREMILKING AND POSTMILKING TEAT DISINFECTANTS PUBLISHED SINCE 1980