Mastitis control, treatment and prevention are essential components of a plan to manage your dairy farm during wet conditions.
The following information is designed to assist farmers when bulk milk cell counts are above 250,000 or trending up from levels expected and/or there are more than two clinical cases of mastitis per 100 cows in the last month.
Further information including the fact sheets below is available from the Dairy Australia website.
- Mastitis Priorities
- High Cell Count Cows - What are the Options?
- Cow Parking and Mastitis Risk
- Drying Off - the Key to a Better Run Next Lactation
- Countdown Mastitis Focus
- 2020 Countdown: Farmer Guidelines for Mastitis Control