Ambic has published the results of three research projects it has conducted over a five-year period in collaboration with The Dairy Group on different teat sanitisation methods. The results were presented in a paper and two posters displayed at the recent British Mastitis Conference (www.britishmastitisconference.org.uk) which was held in Worcester on 7th November 2018.
The paper, which compared the three teat sanitisation methods, was presented by Dr Brian Pocknee of The Dairy Group (www.thedairygroup.co.uk) and provoked some useful discussion, as did two posters, one presenting the results of the research into teat coverage for dipping, the other providing a comparison of the three methods investigated – manual teat spraying using a vacuum operated teat sprayer, manual teat dipping using a dip cup and automated teat spraying on a rotary milking platform using Ambic’s Locate’n’Spray system™.
Click here to download a copy of the comparative poster
Click here to download a copy of the comparative paper
Click here to download a copy of the poster on manual teat dipping
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Click here to download a copy of the poster on automated teat spraying