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Prevention of new intra mammary bacterial infections in dairy cows during the “dry period” using sustained release intra-mammary administration of chlorhexidine Copy

705-0077-19- Number

2022: Date

Authors Eran Lavy; Michael Friedman

Key words – Dairy cows, Mastitis, Dry period, Sustained release, Chlorhexidine 

 Field – Udder Health and Milk Quality

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