Bovine mastitis is the result of an inflammatory event in the mammary gland usually caused by a variety of bacteria in the udder and is one of the three major causes of disease in the Dairy industry world wide. The cost of mastitis in New Zealand is estimated at NZ$180 million for the industry and (DairyInsight, 2006).
Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Volume 68, Brisbane, Australia, 37-38, 2008
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