With the days getting warmer and the shift to t-shirt weather underway, it seems a fitting time to talk about summer mastitis. Summer mastitis is defined as an intramammary infection of the non-lactating udder seen in warmer months; basically, it is a problem for your dry cows and your maiden […]
With the days lengthening and the weather turning warmer, spring will happily soon be upon us. However, unfortunately that also means that fly season is on its way, with all the unwelcome irritation and nuisance that flies cause to livestock and the people that work with them:
Summer mastitis can often affect the same farm year after year and commonly just on a handful of fields. It is unlikely that a quarter will recover if affected, therefore prevention is key! We’ve rounded up a few facts for you in this download.