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  • Murrah buffaloes;Bubalus bubalis;Sub-clinical mastitis;Buffalo farm;Streptococcus spp.;India

  • Incidence subclinical mastitis in 85 Murrah buffaloes tested with CMT and cultural examination was 53 percent. Incidence was higher in left side quarters. The percentage of incidence was maximum (48.9 percent) in single quarters. Streptococcus spp. Had the highest (46.34 percent) frequency among the isolates of positive milk samples. Chloramphenicol, furadantin, co-trimaxole, respectively in degree of sensitivity, were found effective against all the isolates. Gentamycin was found ineffective in the mixed infections.

  • [1] Ramachandraiah, K. (Livestock Assistants Training Centre, BANAVASI, Andhra Pradesh (India))
    [2] Sudarshan Kumar, K.M. (Livestock Assistants Training Centre, BANAVASI, Andhra Pradesh (India))
    [3] Sreemannarayana, O. (Livestock Assistants Training Centre, BANAVASI, Andhra Pradesh (India))

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Ramachandraiah, K.. (1998). Sub-clinical mastitis in an organised buffalo farm.  Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 17 (4) ,85-87


Ramachandraiah, K.. "Sub-clinical mastitis in an organised buffalo farm" Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 17, 1998, 85-87.

Ramachandraiah, K.. (1998). Sub-clinical mastitis in an organised buffalo farm.  Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 17 (4) ,85-87