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Mastitis Prevention

Dry Off Protocols

Farmers

Vets

Mastitis Prevention Guidance

Farm data management for Cows/Herd Follow-up

  • Easy to use
  • Efficient
  • Informative
  • Individual cow figures
  • Reliable and proven
  • In-clinic and on-farm
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Dry-Off Practical Process

  • Convenient and practical to use
  • Efficiency + Time saved
  • Administration by farmer
  • Hygiene
  • User safety
  • Targeted treatment

Selective vs. Blanket Dry Cow Therapy (SDCT vs. BDCT)

SDCT is encouraged as a means of reducing antimicrobial usage at dry-off . Focusing on identifying cows which need antimicrobial treatment at drying-off is key, while ensuring teat sealants are only used for healthy, untreated quarters.

It can be applied in most farms, but is dependent on:

  •  the herd Udder Health situation being under control:
    • Bulk tank milk SCC counts are regularly <180,000 c/ml 
    • Low infection pressure i.e. the number of clinical cases in the last 3 months 
  • Production level: the higher the average, the higher the proportion of cows producing > 15 litres at dry-off

Willingness of the farmer & milking staff to implement



Herd udder health under control
Willingness to apply SDCT



Bulk tank SCC < 180 000

Healthy cow
Last 3 individual SCC < 100 000
And no clinical mastitis
Internal Teat Sealant
Infected cow
1 / last 3 SCC > 100 000 or
Clinical mastitis in last 6 months
Antibiotic dry cow tubes (ask your vet)
+ Internal Teat Sealant

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

We provide you with the tools you need to give the best advice, take preventive action, and make evidence-based decisions.

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Mastitis Prevention

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Mastitis Therapy

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