The Economic Importance of the Losses of Cow Milk Due to Mastitis: a Meta-Analysis

KVAPILÍK, Jindřich, HANUŠ, O., SYRŮČEK, Jan, VYLETĚLOVÁ-KLIMEŠOVÁ, M. a ROUBAL, P. The Economic Importance of the Losses of Cow Milk Due to Mastitis: a Meta-Analysis. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science, 2014, 20, 1483-1497. ISSN 1310-0351.
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Reducing the incidence of mastitis is measure aimed at increasing the quality of milk and dairy products. Effective economic argument for mastitis losses could contribute to promoting the prevention of this disease. According to literature data and model calculations the aim was to: – highlight the incidence of mastitis in cow herds, – analyze production losses caused by mastitis, – generalize the obtained knowledge. Relevant literature data (A) and two published data sets (B1 and B2) were statistically analyzed by method of meta-analysis. In addition to the milk losses also next economically important indicators were observed: – % of infectious animals, – somatic cell count (SC ) in milk, – the total count of microorganisms (TC M), – fat content (F), – protein content (P), – selected indicators of reproduction. Relationship between SCC and decrease in milk production showed correlation 0.775 (P

ProjektVýzkum, nové produkty a služby pro vytvoření centra prevence, detekce a podpory léčby mastitid, Rozvoj hospodářských zvířat v multifunkčním zemědělství
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