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Authors: Sri Balaji, N
Saravanan, R
Senthilkumar, A
Srinivasan, G
TANUVAS
Title: EFFECT OF SUBCLINICAL MASTITIS ON SOMATIC CELL COUNT AND MILK PROFILE CHANGES IN DAIRY COWS
Other Titles: International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology
Language: en
Type: Article
Pages: 4427-4431
Volume: 5
Series/Report no.: ;6
Agrotags: Veterinary Science
Keywords: subclinical mastitis, milk quality, dairy Cows.
Abstract: Subclinical mastitis is a major cause of economic loss in dairy herds that shows no gross inflammatory changes in udder, hence remains unnoticed unless investigated by employing laboratory tests. Often it is more prevalent than the Clinical mastitis, it usually precedes the clinical form, it reduces milk production and adversely affects milk quality. Hence the study was undertaken to evaluate the effect of subclinical mastitis in apparently healthy dairy Cows on milk quality. The elevated level of somatic cell count, chloride and milk pH were noticed in subclinical mastitis affected milk samples in compared to milk of healthy dairy cows.
Description: TNV_IJSET_2016_5(6)4427-4431
Issue Date: 2016
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