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  • FOREWORD
  • International Symposium-Canada (1987)

    FOREWORD

    FOREWORD

    • MW. Woolford

    MILKING MACHINE AND MASTITIS

    The cow and the machine

    • GA. Mein

    The removal of milk from the teat by machine milking

    • SY Reitsma ;
    • R. Gupta

    Teat hysteresis and other teat properties affecting bovine mastitis.

    • J O'Shea ;
    • E O'Callaghan ;
    • B. Meaney

    LINER SLIP AND IMPACTS

    • NR Scott ;
    • DM Galton ;
    • DJ Aneshansley ;
    • EA Lissik ;
    • RS Gates ;
    • ST Mahan ;
    • PD. Zehr

    MECHANISMS OF TRANSFER OF ORGANISMS THROUGH THE TEAT CANAL

    • RJ. Grindal

    Hydraulic milking - control within the teat-cup

    • J. Hamann

    Prospectus in machine milking

    • A. Saran

    MILKING DEVELOPMENTS IN ISRAEL AND ITS RELATION TO THE NATIONAL MASTITIS CONTROL PROGRAM.

    • TW. Smith

    Teatcup liner disinfection in reducing the spread of mastitis pathogens

    • AJ. Bramley

    The relative importance of machine milking factors in mastitis

    • FH. Dodd

    MASTITIS THERAPY

    The role of therapy in mastitis control

    • S. Sorback

    Principles of antimicrobial therapy on organisms in mammary glands

    • SC. Nickerson

    Host factors: the influence of somatic cells immune factors and pathology on antibiotic therapy

    • IR. Dohoo

    As assessment on evaluations of mastitis therapy

    • ME. White

    Recent Research on Mastitis from the Ambulatory Clinic at Cornell and Its Implications for Treatment Decisions

    • O. Klastrup

    THERAPY - SUBCLINICAL MASTITIS - Pros and cons of treatment during lactation.

    • FH. Dodd

    The role of drying off therapy in mastitis control.

    • JF. Prescott

    Invitro antimicrobial drug susceptibility testing in bovine mastitis therapy

    • W. Heeschen

    Drug residues and their influence on therapy

    • CC. Miller

    Criteria for marketing and licensing by government and industry

    • SV. Morant

    Measuring the efficiency of antibiotic therapy.

    • RJ Andrews ;
    • GA. Mein ;
    • DM Williams ;
    • MW. Brown

    POSTERS

    Vacuum levels and milking characterisitics of teat-cups fitted with non-return valves.

    • LM Berning ;
    • MJ. Paape

    Influences of milk fraction and milking environment on variation of N-acetyl-B-D-glucosaminidase (NAGase).

    • SA Bright ;
    • J Bitman ;
    • DL Wood ;
    • RH. Miller

    Bovine teat canal keratin: methods of collection; lipid composition in dry and lactating cows.

    • HR Han ;
    • SW Jeong ;
    • TH. Oh

    Antibacterial Effects of Combination of EDTA-TRIS and Oxytetracycline against Bovine Mastitis Pathogens in Bovine Milk.

    • JS Hogan ;
    • KL Smith ;
    • DA Todhunter ;
    • PS. Schoenberger

    Efficacy of antibiotic infusion products for lactational therapy of mastitis caused by environmental pathogens

    • T Ichikawa ;
    • M Nakamura ;
    • I Notsuki ;
    • T Nakaro ;
    • T Fujishima ;
    • M. Ichikawa

    EFFECTS OF MILKING MACHINE DEFORMITIES ON UDDER HEALTH

    • KE Leslie ;
    • DA Barnum ;
    • SM Radostits ;
    • RH. Johnston

    AN EVALUATION OF THE CHECKGATE ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY INSTRUMENT AS AN IN-LINE METHOD OF MONITORING UDDER HEALTH

    • TJ Lintner ;
    • RJ. Eberhart

    Effect of antibiotics on polymorphonuclear neutrophil function and morphology in early dry period bovine mammary secretion.

    • DL Macleod ;
    • JF. Prescott

    The use of liposomally-entrapped gentamicin in the treatment of bovine Staphylococcus aureus mastitis in vitro and in vivo.

    • CA Muckle ;
    • JF. Prescott ;
    • R. Johnson

    SUSCEPTIBILITY OF ESCHERICHIA COLI FROM BOVINE MASTITIS TO NEW ANTIMICROBIAL DRUGS

    • SP Oliver ;
    • JL Maki ;
    • TM. Boyd

    Detection of Antibiotics in Bovine Mammary Secretions During the Nonlactating Period Following Dry Cow Therapy

    • MJ. Paape ;
    • RH. Miller ;
    • G. Ziv

    Antibiotic enhancement and suppression of phagocytosis by bovine polymorphonuclear neutrophil leukocytes (PMNL).

    • MJ. Paape ;
    • RH. Miller ;
    • G. Ziv

    Effect of florfenicol a new chloramphenico l analogue on phagocytosis chemiluminescence and morphology

    • F Sangiorgi ;
    • G. Provolo

    FIELD TESTS ON THE MILKING CHARACTERISTI CS OF NEW LINERS AND ANTI BACK-FLOW DEVICES

    • F Sangiorgi ;
    • GE. Ruffo

    RESULTS OF TH E APPLICATION OF ALFASAN AS REGARDS MILK HYGIENE PRODUCTION AND PROPHYLAXIS OF COW MASTITIS

    • DE Shuster ;
    • RJ. Harmon

    Frequent intramammary infusions of endotoxin induce a partially refractory state in lactating dairy cows.

    • DE Shuster ;
    • RJ. Harmon

    Investigations into the pathophysiological causes of suppressed milk production during endotoxin mastitis.

    • KL Smith ;
    • JS Hogan ;
    • DA Todhunter ;
    • PS. Schoenberger

    EVALUATION OF TWO DRY COW THERAPY PRODUCTS FOR CONTROL OF DRY PERIOD INTRAMAMMARY INFECTION

    • CV Thomas ;
    • TW. Smith ;
    • MC Thurmond ;
    • DH. Bremel

    Effects of various claw designs on intra-unit bacterial transfer.

    • G. Ziv ;
    • Gips Puah ;
    • MJ. Pappe

    The influence of inserting abraded intramammary device (AIMD ) near or at drying-off time on dry period total

    • T.K. Brock $lastName

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

    • R.H. Suva $lastName ;
    • T.Y. Lin $lastName