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Vetoquinol cares for cows, for people who care for them and all those who love their milk

United to bring milk to the world


A more sustainable

Udder Health as
a routine service
tank value

Dairy farmers and veterinarians constantly face challenges – from concerns over the quality of milk in the tank and discarded milk, to changes in agricultural policy, the demand of global markets and the threats from endemic diseases.

At Vetoquinol we want to support farmers in improving milk profitability and working closely with their vet as a trusted advisor –  together achieving more sustainable businesses.

Mastitis treatment and control is one of the highest costs to the UK dairy industry, resulting in lost productivity and reduced animal welfare. It is a burden on time and resources for every dairy farmer.


Our vision for a better quality of life is for farmers and their vets to regularly review mastitis patterns, for farmers to have confidence in their approach and to have less disruption in their work, thanks to optimized treatment recommendations.


A better quality
of life

disruption in
the farmer’s work
to take


Cows and Herd

treatment recommendation
treatment decision
More thoughtful
use of antibiotics

 It is imperative for any sample of the milk produced by cows suffering from the symptoms of mastitis to be collected as hygienically as possible to avoid any contamination.


Follow this link for guidance on sampling 


At the same time the quality of the farm data available affects the vets’ ability to make a valuable, informed treatment decision.


Vetoquinol is committed to providing access to sources of reliable and relevant data, products and tools, so vets and farmers can be involved in optimized treatment decisions and consider the responsible use of antibiotics.

Happy, healthy cows produce high yields of high quality milk, which means a positive future for everyone.

We are part of the essential milk industry, so we are part of the solution.

We provide tools to gain access to the best advice, take preventative action and make evidence-based decisions.

How we're improving the lives

of farmers

How we're improving the lives

of vets

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Clinical Mastitis Treatment: Let’s be Selective!

There is a strong association between antimicrobial consumption in livestock with antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in consumers’ and politicians' mind leading to an incredible societal pressure....

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Resting areas: What bedding to recommend for dairy cows?

A cow that is reluctant to lie down will spend less time resting and more time standing, which can cause all sorts of problems. See: the consequences of uncomfortable cubicles Weaker cows are the first to suffer from poor cubicles – while they are ...

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Testing milk samples: the key to mastitis control

Milk samples for culture and sensitivity testing of the mastitis-causing agents is an essential part of mastitis control. Milk sample testing provides added value, but so does the veterinary interpretation and advice. It is important to educate farme...

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Setting up an effective farm treatment plan for mastitis

For farmers and farm workers treatment plans provide guidance for the right approach to sick cows, for example how to deal with a cow with clinical mastitis. They also reduce the risk of giving the wrong treatment or the wrong dosage – or treating ...

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Successful milking: a milking machine in good working order

A machine that milks well is the farmer’s most valuable tool. It is used more than any other piece of equipment on the farm and is responsible for generating most of the dairy farmer’s income. To remain in good working order, it needs regular mai...

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Successful milking: excellent milking procedures

Milking is an art – but one that can be learned. Every milker should know what to do and when. Each cow should be milked in exactly the same manner, regardless of who is in the parlour that day. Good milking procedures will help keep the number of ...

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