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  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • 38th Annual Meeting (1999)

    February 14, 1999 1:00 AM - February 16, 1999 1:00 AM

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    PRESIDENT' S REPORT

    • Robert Harmon

    MILK QUALITY MEANS OPPORTUNITY

    • Monte Hemenover

    ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE AND ANTIBIOTIC SUSCEPTIBILITY: HOW DO WE DEFINE THEM

    • Robert Walker

    USE AND MISUSE OF ANTIMICROBIALS IN VETERINARY MEDICINE

    • David White

    FDA' S PERSPECTIVE ON ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE

    • Sharon Thompson

    THE ORIGINS AND CONSEQUENCES OF ANTIMICROBIAL-RESISTANT NONTYPHOIDAL SALMONELLA: IMPLICATIONS FOR USE OF FLUOROQUINOLONES IN FOOD ANIMALS

    • Fred Angulo

    DAIRY BREAKTHROUGH MANAGEMENT - POSITIONING FOR THE FUTURE

    • James Cullor

    CONSULTANT'S VIEW OF DAIRY BREAKTHROUGH MANAGEMENT

    • Sam Cnossen ;
    • John Day ;
    • Anne Nelson

    THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS ON DAIRY FARMS

    • Jerry Roberson

    CULTURING AND IDENTIFYNG STAPH AUREUS IN DAIRIES: HOW MANY STAPH AUREUS DO WE HAVE?

    • Alfonso Zecconi

    USE OF THE ENZYME LINKED IMMUNOSORBENT ASSAY TO DETECT ANTIBODY AGAINST STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS IN MILK: WHERE ARE WE TODAY?

    • Lawrence Fox

    FACTORS AFFECTING SENSITIVITY AND SPECIFICITY OF MICROBIOLOGICAL CULTURE FOR STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS

    • Kenneth Buelow

    ROLE OF VACCINATION AND TREATMENT PROGRAMS

    • Stephen Nickerson

    ALTERNATIVE MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMIC CONSIDERATION IN STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS ELIMINATION PROGRAMS

    • Phil Sears

    GEOMETRIC MEAN SOMATIC CELL COUNTS: WHAT THEY ARE; WHAT THEY DO

    • George Shook

    IMPLICATIONS OF UTILIZING GEOMETRIC MEAN FOR REGULATING SOMATIC CELL COUNTS IN THE UNITED STATES

    • Allen Sayler

    THE POTENTIAL IMPACT OF THE DRY PERIOD ON ENVIRONMENTAL MASTITIS - A PRELIMINARY ASSESSEMENT OF THE UK FIELD SITUATION

    • Andrew Bradley

    TRANSGENIC PRODUCTS FROM MILK

    • Susan Harper

    USING COMPUTERIZED DATA TO FIND TIME FOR MILK QUALITY

    • Steven Stewart

    POSTERS PRESENTED AT THE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER SESSION

    TECHNIQUES TO EVALUATE UDDER PREPARATION

    • R.M. Finger ;
    • W.M. Sischo

    A SURVEY OF MILK QUALITY MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN VERMONT

    • John Barlow ;
    • Dan Scrutton ;
    • Woody Pankey

    MILKING MANAGEMENT IN ONTARIO DAIRY HERDS

    • K.E. Leslie ;
    • D.F. Kelton ;
    • K.J. Day ;
    • L. Wagter ;
    • A. Godkin ;
    • D. Barnum

    BULK MILK IODINE CONCENTRATIONS IN ONTARIO DAIRY HERDS

    • K.L. Leslie ;
    • D.F. Kelton ;
    • L.C. Wagter ;
    • K.J. Day ;
    • J. Melichercik ;
    • M.A. Godkin

    STRATEGIC APPROACH TO CONTAGIOUS MASTITIS TROUBLESHOOTING: CASE STUDY INVOLVING INVESTIGATION PREVENTION AND THERAPY

    • Leo Timms

    EFFECT OF FREE IODINE ON GERMICIDAL ACTIVITY OF IODINE TEAT DIPS

    • Tom Hemling

    EVALUATION OF A POSTMILKING TEAT DISINFECTANT CONTAINING A PHENOLIC COMBINATION FOR THE PREVENTION OF MASTITIS IN LACTATING DAIRY COWS

    • S.P. Oliver ;
    • M.J. Lewis ;
    • B.E. Gillespie ;
    • S.J. Ivey ;
    • L.H. Coleman ;
    • R.A. Almeida ;
    • W. Fang ;
    • K. Lamar

    FACTORS AFFECTING THE ADHERENCE OF A DRY COW TEAT SEALANT

    • K.E. Leslie ;
    • K.J. Day ;
    • J. TenHag ;
    • D.F. Kelton ;
    • T.F. Duffield ;
    • T.L Kerbler

    THE USE OF IONIZABLE ZINC TO INCREASE THE ANTIMICROBIAL EFFICACY OF A CHLORHEXIDINE DISINFECTANT

    • Geoffrey Westfall J. ;
    • Lynn Hinckley S.

    BIOSECURITY PRACTICES ON ONTARIO DAIRY FARMS - LESSONS FROM THE SENTINEL HERDS

    • A. Godkin ;
    • D. Kelton ;
    • D. Alves ;
    • K. Lissemore ;
    • K. Leslie ;
    • N. Smart ;
    • C. Church ;
    • P. Meadows

    PREVALENCE OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS ON ONTARIO DAIRY FARMS - LESSONS FROM THE SENTINEL HERDS

    • D. Kelton ;
    • A. Godkin ;
    • D. Alves ;
    • K. Lissemore ;
    • K. Leslie ;
    • N. Smart ;
    • C. Church ;
    • P. Meadows

    BULK TANK CULTURE FOR MAJOR CONTAGIOUS MASTITIS PATHOGENS - LESSONS FROM THE SENTINEL HERDS

    • D. Kelton ;
    • D. Alves ;
    • N. Smart ;
    • A. Godkin ;
    • P. Darden

    PREVALENCE OF MASTITIS IN THE NORTHEAST U.S. AND COMPARISON TO HISTORICAL LEVELS IN SEVERAL REGIONS OF THE WORLD

    • D.J. Wilson ;
    • R.N. Gonzalez ;
    • H.H. Das

    A STUDY ON THE PREVALENCE OF PATHOGENS IN BULK TANK MILK

    • Bhushan Jayarao

    A STUDY ON THE PREVALENCE OF GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIAIN BULK TANK MILK

    • Bhushan Jayarao ;
    • Ling Wang

    COSTS OF HERD-LEVEL PRODUCTION LOSSES ASSOCIATED WITH SUBCLINICAL MASTITIS IN U.S. DAIRY COWS

    • Stephen Ott L.

    BULK TANK SOMATIC CELL COUNTS OF U.S. MILK SUPPLY 1997

    • Stephen Ott L. ;
    • Scott Wells J. ;
    • Marty Smith A.

    VARIATION OF SOMATIC CELL COUNTS IN BULK TANK GOAT MILK

    • S. Zeng ;
    • E. Escobar ;
    • T. Popham

    EVOLUTION OF SOMATIC CELL COUNT FOLLOWING TREATMENT OF SUBCLINICAL MASTITIS IN LACTATING DAIRY COWS

    • H.A. Deluyker ;
    • S.N. Van Oye ;
    • S.T. Chester ;
    • P. Michanek

    NATIONAL SURVEY OF HERD AVERAGE SOMATIC CELL COUNTS ON DHI TEST DAYS

    • R.H. Miller ;
    • H.D. Norman ;
    • G.R. Wiggan ;
    • J.R. Wright

    ESTIMATING THE COST OF MASTITIS

    • Warren Gilson D.

    MASTITIS CONTROL SYSTEM (MCS)

    • Wendy Warren ;
    • Kay Eskew ;
    • Bakul Bhatt ;
    • Ralph Rawls ;
    • Steve Nickerson ;
    • Gregg Siegel

    OBSERVATIONS ON CLINICAL MASTITIS IN A DAIRY RESEARCH HERD

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

    PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF COAGULASE GENE POLYMORPIDSM OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS A UREUS FROM BOVINE MASTITIS

    • C. Su ;
    • B.M. Jayarao ;
    • L.M. Sordillo

    EFFECT OF STAGE OF LACTATION ON THE MYELOPEROXIDASE ACTIVITY IN BOVINE NEUTROPHILS USING THE METHOD OF KAPLOW IN THREE DIFFERENT HERDS

    • C.C. Pereira ;
    • L.F.L. da Fonseca ;
    • P. Borelli ;
    • M.V. dos Santos ;
    • C.S. Lucci ;
    • P.H.M. Rodrigues

    PRODUCTION OF ANTIBODIES TO STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS CAPSULE SEROTYPES 58 AND 336 USING POLY(DL-LACTIDE-CO-GLYCOLIDE) MICROSPHERES

    • C.N. O'Brien ;
    • A.J. Guidry ;
    • A. Fattom ;
    • S. Shepherd ;
    • D.C. Westhoff

    LACTOFERRIN IS INVOLVED IN INCREASED ADHERENCE OF STREPTOCOCCUS UBERIS TO BOVINE MAMMARY EPITHELIAL CELLS

    • Weihuan Fang ;
    • R.A. Almeida ;
    • S.P. Oliver

    MASTITIS-CAUSING STREPTOCOCCUS UBERIS BINDS TO LACTOFERRIN

    • Weihuan Fang ;
    • S.P. Oliver

    PROTEIN EXPRESSION BY STREPTOCOCCUS UBERIS IN CO-CULTURE WITH BOVINE MAMMARY EPITHELIAL CELLS

    • Weihuan Fang ;
    • Douglas Luther A. ;
    • S.P. Oliver

    PREINCUBATION OF STREPTOCCCUS UBERIS WITH EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX PROTEINS ENHANCES ADHERENCE TO AND INTERNALIZATION OF BOVINE MAMMARY EPITHELIAL CELLS

    • R.A. Almedia ;
    • D.A. Luther ;
    • S.P. Oliver

    SUBTYPING OF STREPTOCOCCUS UBERIS ISOLATED FROM MAMMARY SECRETIONS BY RAPD FINGERPRINTING

    • B.E. Gillespie ;
    • S.P. Oliver ;
    • A.M. Britten

    INTERACTION OF COAGULASE-NEGATIVE STAPHYLOCOCCI WITH BOVINE MAMMARY EPITHELIAL CELLS

    • R.A. Almedia ;
    • S.P. Oliver

    EFFECTS OF ACTIVATED POLYMORPHONUCLEAR NEUTROPIDLS (PMN) AND PEROXYNITRITE ON BOVINE MAMMARY SECRETORY EPITHELIAL CELL (MAC-T CELL) DEATH IN THE PRESENCE AND ABSENCE OF A MYELOPEROXIDASE INHIBITOR AND FREE RADICAL SCAVENGERS

    • T.K. Nelson ;
    • M.J. Paape ;
    • L.W. Douglass

    EFFECTS OF CLINICAL AND SUBCLINICAL MASTITIS DURING EARLY LACTATION ON REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF JERSEY COWS

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

    EFFECT AT CONCENTRATIONS OF AMPICILLIN TRIHYDRATE AND SODIUM CLOXACILLIN IN DEVELOPMENT OF STARTERS

    • C. Acuna ;
    • C. Macazaga ;
    • M. Pamieri ;
    • R. Chercoff

    CONTENT OF MASTITIS PATHOGENS IN A TANK'S MILK AND ITS RELATION WITH SCC AND SPC

    • C. Acuna ;
    • E. Izak ;
    • C. Macazaga ;
    • M. Pamieri

    EVALUATION OF MILK QUALITY AND MASTITIS CONTROL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN 45 DAIRY HERDS OF ARGENTINA

    • E. Izak ;
    • C.N. Acuna

    A FIELD TRIAL WITH A BOVINE STAPHYLOCOCCAL MASTITIS VACCINE IN LACTATING COWS AND HEIFERS

    • H.R. Han ;
    • H.M. Park

    WHAT DO WE MEAN BY MASTITIS IS THERE A NEED FOR REDEFINITION?

    • K. Smith Larry ;
    • J. Hillerton Eric

    EFFECTS OF MACHINE MILKING ON TEAT CONDITION

    • J. Hillerton Eric ;
    • J.W. Pankey ;
    • P. Pankey

    LEVELLING MILKLINE IN STANCHION BARN WITH LASER LEVEL

    • T. Alfnes ;
    • O. Stamnes ;
    • O.J. Fiskvik

    MEASUREMENT OF VACUUM STABILITY IN MILKING UNITS DURING SIMULATED MILKING

    • E. O'Callaghan ;
    • D.E. Gleeson

    EFFECT OF SYSTEM VACUUM LEVEL ON BOVINE TEAT-TISSUE REACTION AND MILKING CHARACTERISTICS

    • D.E. Gleeson ;
    • E. O'Callaghan

    MEASURING LINER WALL MOVEMENT

    • S.B. Spencer ;
    • L.R. Jones

    A COMPARISON OF BETADINE AND CHLORHEXIDINE FOR DRYING-OFF MAMMARY QUARTERS CHRONICALLY INFECTED WITH STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS

    • John Middleton R. ;
    • Larry Fox K.

    RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ORALLY-ADMINISTERED COLOSTRUM DERIVED NUTRIENTS AND OVINE MILK LEUKOCYTE POPULATIONS IN EXPERIMENTAL BOVINE MASTITIS

    • A.L. Rivas ;
    • L.R. Olmstead ;
    • F.W. Quimby ;
    • D. Lein ;
    • R.N. Gonzalez

    EVALUATION OF THE HY-MAST TEST TO CLASSIFY CLINICAL MASTITIS CASES AS EITHER GRAM POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE

    • M.A. Kristula

    TEST CHARACTERISTICS OF THE HYMAST® TEST SYSTEM FOR DETERMINING GROWTH AND FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF SPECIFIC ORGANISMS

    • J.T. Jansen ;
    • D.F. Kelton ;
    • K.E. Leslie ;
    • J. TenHag ;
    • A. Bashiri

    THE NEW CHARM SL (SAFE LEVEL) ß-LACTAM TEST SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCES REJECTION OF MILK POSITIVE BY OTHER SCREENING TESTS

    • Steven Saul ;
    • Cheryl Boyer ;
    • Robert Markovsky ;
    • Robert Salter ;
    • joan Lawton-Scheemaker ;
    • Stanley Charm

    CHARM II TETRACYCLINE TEST MODIFICATION TO DETECT NEW TOLERANCE OF 300 PPB TOTAL TETRACYCLINES

    • Robert Salter S. ;
    • Nancy Ossanna ;
    • David Legg

    TISSUE AND URINE LEVEL OF PENICILLIN G IN CALVES FOLLOWING CONSUMPTION OF MILK SPIKED WITH PROCAINE PENICILLIN G

    • J.M.B. Musser ;
    • K.L. Anderson ;
    • R. Lyman

    ECONOMIC BENEFIT ASSOCIATED WITH ANTIBIOTIC TREATMENT OF HEIFERS BEFORE CALVING

    • E.C. Jaenicke ;
    • R.K. Roberts ;
    • H.H. Dowlen ;
    • S.P. Oliver

    PHARMACOKINETIC COMPARISON OF PARENT PIRLIMYCIN RESIDUE IN PLASMA AND MILK FOLLOWING INTRAMAMMARY INFUSION OF AQUEOUS GEL AND STERILE FORMULATIONS OF PIRLIMYCIN

    • R.E. Hornish ;
    • S.T. ChesterJr. ;
    • J.F. Caputo ;
    • J.W. Hallberg

    PIRLIMYCIN RESIDUES IN MILK AND TISSUE FOLLOWING INTRAMAMMARYIN FUSION OF A STERILE FORMULATION OF PIRLIMYCIN TWICE AT A 24 INTERVAL IN LACTATING DAIRY COWS

    • R.E. Hornish ;
    • S.T. ChesterJr. ;
    • J.F. Caputo ;
    • J.W. Hallberg

    STAPHYLOCOCUS AUREUS ADHERENCE TO EPITHELIAL MAMMARY CELLS

    • Mirjana Bojanic ;
    • Renata Piccinini ;
    • Vera Katic ;
    • Alfonso Zecconi

    FIELD STUDY OF INTRAMUSCULAR ANTIBIOTIC TREATMENT WITH TYLOSIN ON IMI PREVALENCE AFTER CALVING

    • Alfonso Zecconi ;
    • Franco Costanzi ;
    • Paola Nai ;
    • Renata Piccinini

    APPENDIX I

    NATIONAL MASTITIS COUNCIL RECOMMENDED PROTOCOL FOR DETERMINING EFFICACY OF A POSTMILKING BARRIER TEAT DIP BASED ON REDUCTION OF NATURALLY OCCURRING NEW INTRAMAMMARY INFECTIONS

    SUMMARY OF PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS ON EFFICACYOF PREMILKING AND POSTMILKING TEATDISINFECT ANTS PUBLISHED SINCE 1980