Technology Transfer Session (Poster Session)

The TTS will be held on Thursday and Friday, February 1-2, 2018. Posters will be available for viewing all day, with authors present at specified times during the day (see program).

In addition, selected posters from the TTS will be presented orally in the “Research and Development Summaries Session” to be held on Thursday afternoon, February 1.


 

Technology Transfer Session Poster Presentations

(Posters 1-8 will be presented during the Research and Development Summaries Session [oral session] on Thursday, February 1, 2:00-4:30 p.m., and at the Technology Transfer Session on February 1 and 2)

 

1. Investigation of the Relationship between Bacteria Counts, Bedding Characteristics and Bedding Management Practices with Udder Health and Milk Quality on Dairy Farms: Preliminary Results

Kruthika Patel1, Sandra Godden1, Erin Royster1, Jennifer Timmerman1, Brian Crooker1, Larry Fox2, 1University of Minnesota, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA, 2Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, USA

2. Associations of the Milk Microbiota with Sampling Method and Bedding
Stephanie A. Metzger, Laura L. Hernandez, Joseph H. Skarlupka, Garret Suen, Teresa M. Walker, Pamela L. Ruegg, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, USA

3. A New Method for Obtaining Biopsies from the Teat Canal of Dairy Cows

Shirli Notcovich1, Norman B. Williamson1, Jimena Yapura1, Cord Heuer1, Ynte Schukken2, 1Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 2Wageningen University, Wageningen, Netherlands

4. Validation of Prediction Algorithms for Early Detection of Clinical Mastitis caused by Gram-positive and Gram-negative Pathogens

Nicole Steele1,3, Andrea Dicke1, Albert De Vries2, S. Jane Lacy-Hulbert3, Robin White1, Christina Petersson-Wolfe1, 1Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA, 2University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA, 3DairyNZ Ltd., Hamilton, New Zealand

5. Use of Strain-Typing of Staphylococci to Determine Persistence of Intramammary Infections in Dairy Goats

Véronique Bernier Gosselin, Pamela R.F. Adkins, John R. Middleton, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, USA

6. Chronic Subclinical Mastitis Reduces Milk Yield: An Evaluation Using Multiple Versus Single Quarter Milk Sampling

Juliano Leonel Gonçalves1,5, Claudia Kamphuis2, Hans Vernooij3, João Pessoa Araújo Jr.4, Kevin L. Anderson5, Henk Hogeveen2,3, Marcos V. dos Santos1, 1University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, 2Wageningen University, Wageningen, Netherlands, 3Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands, 4State University of São Paulo Júlio de Mesquita, São Paulo, Brazil, 5North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

7. Incomplete Milking in Early Lactation Increases the Odds of Eliminating Intramammary Infections: Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial

Catarina Krug1, Pierre-Alexandre Morin1, Jean-Philippe Roy1, Jocelyn Dubuc1, Pierre Lacasse2, Simon Dufour1, 1Université de Montréal, St-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada, 2Agriculture Canada, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada

8. Assessing the Risk of Subclinical Infections in Cows with Clinical Mastitis

Jessica C. Scillieri Smith1, Kimberley M Morrill1, Heather M. Gauthier2, Heather M. Dann2, Catherine S. Ballard2, Bradley J. Rauch1, Paul D. Virkler1, and Daryl V. Nydam1, 1Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA, 2William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute, Chazy, New York, USA


(Posters 9-60 will be presented only at the Technology Transfer Session on February 1 and 2)

9. Bringing Udder Health and Milk Quality to Life

Steven M. Roche1,2, David F. Kelton1, M. Ann Godkin3, Dan A. Shock2, Karen J. Hand4, 1University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 2ACER Consulting, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 3Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Elora, Ontario, Canada, 4Precision Strategic Solutions, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

10. Adoption of On-farm Bacteriologic Milk Culturing: Evaluating Farmer Perception and Impact on Management Decisions

Brittany L. Bowman, Marina D. Denny, Amanda E. Stone, Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi, USA

11. Estimating and Quantifying the Production Outcomes and Lifestyle Changes for Small- to Medium-sized Dairy Farms Regarding the Transition from Conventional to Automatic Milking Systems in the Mid-Atlantic Region: A Case Study Report

Kasey M. Moyes, Li Ma, Dale Johnson, Stan Flutz, Robert R. Peters, Department of Animal and Avian Sciences, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, USA

12. Significant Teat Condition Improvement by Using Teat Disinfectant in VMS Farms Previously Not Using Teat Disinfectants

Julie Geldhof1, Mario López-Benavides2, Joséphine Van Acker1, Elke Depreester1, 1DeLaval N.V., Drongen, Belgium, 2DeLaval Manufacturing, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

13. The Value of Surfactants in Teat Cleaning in the VMS Before Milking

Marianna Gentilini1, Mario Lopez-Benavides2, Russ Kolstad1, 1DeLaval Manufacturing, Waunakee, Wisconsin, USA, 2DeLaval Manufacturing, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

14. The Impact of Parlor Equipment Function and Parlor Procedures on Milk Quality in the Southeast United States

Kellie M. Enger¹, Gina M. Pighetti², Chandler Blakely², Peter D. Krawczel², Jeffrey M. Bewley³, Amanda Stone4, Stephanie Hill Ward5, Stephen P. Oliver², Christina Petersson-Wolfe¹, 1Virginia Polytechnic and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA, 2University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA, 3University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, USA, 4Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi, USA, 5North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

15. Use of Iodine Vapor to Reduce the Presence of Bacteria on Synthetic Rubber Inflations

Michael J. Zurakowski1, Deborah A. Pawloski1, Michael C. Radicone2, Bradley J. Rauch3, Francis L. Welcome3, Daryl V. Nydam3, 1Cornell University-Quality Milk Production Services, Cobleskill, New York, USA, 2I2 Air Fluid Innovations, Inc., Huntington Station, New York, USA, 3Cornell University-Quality Milk Production Services, Ithaca, New York, USA

16. Case Study: Acids with Sanitizing Properties Sustain Acceptable Cleaning and Milk Quality Standards

Daniela R. Bruno1, H. Jean Grow2, Sandra Sutherland2, Mario López-Benavides1, 1DeLaval Manufacturing, Kansas City, Missouri, USA, 2Udder Health Systems, Bellingham, Washington, USA

17. Effect of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Biofilm on Pipeline Milk Protein Removal at Low Temperature

Rebecca Hoppe1, Mario López-Benavides1, Doug Reinemann2, Amanda Faltynowski1, Carolina Mateus1, Martin Karlsson3, 1DeLaval Manufacturing, Kansas City, Missouri, USA, 2University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, USA, 3DeLaval International, Tumba, Sweden

18. Characterization of Virulence Genes in Whole Genomes of Streptococcus uberis and Streptococcus dysgalactiae Recovered from Canadian Maritime Dairy Herds

Julián Reyes1, Juan Carlos Rodríguez-Lecompte2, Fangfang Xia3, Javier Sánchez1, 1Department of Health Management, Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island, Prince Edward Island, Canada, 2Department of Pathology and Microbiology, Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada, 3Argonne National Laboratory, Chicago, Illinois, USA

19. Molecular Characterization and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Pattern of Streptococcus uberis Isolated from Clinical Mastitis in Dairy Cattle

Gustavo Freu1, Tiago Tomazi1, Bruna Gomes Alves1, Antonio Francisco de Souza Filho2, Carlos Eduardo Fidelis1, Juliano Leonel Gonçalves1, Marcos Bryan Heinemann2, Marcos Veiga dos Santos1, 1Milk Quality Research Laboratory, Qualileite, University of São Paulo, Pirassununga, Brazil, 2Laboratory of Bacterial Zoonosis, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil

20. Erythromycin Resistance of Streptococcus agalactiae Isolated from Bovine Milk in Colombia

Ana S. Jaramillo-Jaramillo1, Laura Lasso-Rojas1, Claudia Cobo-Angel1, Yenny Moreno-Tolosa1, Ruth N. Zadoks2, Javier Sanchez3, Juan Rodriguez-Lecompte3, Alejandro Ceballos-Márquez1, 1Universidad de Caldas, Manizales, Colombia, 2University of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 3University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Canada

21. Genotypic Diversity and Antimicrobial Susceptibility of Streptococcus agalactiae Causing Clinical Mastitis

Tiago Tomazi1, Antonio Francisco de Souza Filho2, Bruna Gomes Alves1, Gustavo Freu1, Marcos Bryan Heinemann2, Marcos Veiga dos Santos1, 1Milk Quality Research Laboratory, Qualileite, University of São Paulo, Pirassununga, Brazil, 2Laboratory of Bacterial Zoonosis, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil

22. Diversity of Klebsiella spp from Clinical Mastitis Cases Enrolled in a Negatively Controlled-Clinical Trial

María J. Fuenzalida, Teresa Walker, Pamela L. Ruegg, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, USA

23. Antimicrobial Resistance Profiles of Microorganisms Isolated from Milk Samples from Clinical Mastitis and Subclinical-infected Quarters in Dairy Herds from Chile

Marcos Munoz1, Carla Acuña1, Francisca Sáez2, Alejandra Latorre1, Bernardita León2, 1Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias, Universidad de Concepción, Concepción, Chile, 2Laboratorio de Diagnóstico Veterinario Cooprinsem, Osorno, Chile

24. Mastitis Pathogens Detected in Europe Using Real-time Multiplex PCR

Zalduendo, M. Pochodyla, L. Valls, P. Villoria, Laboratorios HIPRA, Amer, Girona, Spain

25. Effect of Technique and Timing of Sampling on the Interpretation of Microbiological Results of Bovine Quarter Milk Samples Analyzed with Multiplex Real-time PCR

Heidi K. Hiitiö, Heli K. Simojoki, Suvi S. Taponen, Satu K. H. Pyörälä, Päivi J. Rajala-Schultz, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland

26. Validation of Real-time PCR and Bacteriological Culture for Identification of Streptococcus agalactiae and Staphylococcus aureus in Milk and on Teat Skin in Herds with Automatic Milking System

Nanna K. Skjølstrup1, Louise R. Mathiasen1, Ilka C. Klaas1,2, Line Svennesen1, Yasser S. Mahmmod1, Karl Pedersen3, 1University of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg C, Denmark, 2DeLaval International AB, Tumba, Sweden, 3Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark

27. Detection of Streptococcus uberis Using Dried Milk Samples and qPCR: Comparative with Bacterial Culture in Liquid Milk Samples

Alba Sánchez1, Laura Valls1, Mercè Lazaro2, Daniel Zalduendo1, 1HIPRA, Amer, Girona, Spain, 2Laboratori Interprofessional Lleter de Catalunya, Vilassar de Mar, Barcelona, Spain

28. On-farm Culture Results Can Help to Target Mastitis Treatment Decisions

Karien Griffioen1, Annet G. Velthuis2, Theo J. Lam1,2, 1Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands, 2GD Animal Health, Deventer, the Netherlands

29. Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus agalactiae in Milk and Teat Skin from Cows in Automatic Milking Systems

Line Svennesen1, Yasser Mahmmod1, Karl Pedersen2, Volker Krömker3, Ilka C. Klaas1,4, 1University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2National Veterinary Institute, Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark, 3University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Hannover, Germany, 4DeLaval International AB, Tumba, Sweden

30. Coagulase Negative Staphylococci Distribution in Dairy Herds with Automatic Milking System and Their Crosstalk with Staphylococcus aureus from Intramammary Infections and Teat Apex

Yasser Mahmmod1, Ilka Klaas1,2, Line Svennesen1, Karl Pedersen3, Hanne Ingmer1, 1University of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg C, Denmark, 2DeLaval International AB, Tumba, Sweden, 3Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark

31. Association of Housing Environment and Staphylococcal Species Isolated from Teat Skin of Dairy Cattle
Luiza M. Placheta1, John R. Middleton1, Matthew R. Borchers2, Jeffrey M. Bewley2, Pamela R. F. Adkins1, 1University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine, Columbia, Missouri, USA, 2University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, USA

32. Cow-level Risk Factors for Elevated SCC and Clinical Mastitis in New York Dairy Cattle

Asha M. Miles1, Jessica A. A. McArt2, Heather J. Huson1, 1Department of Animal Science, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA, 2Department of Diagnostic Sciences and Population Medicine, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA

33. Investigating the Impact of Environment, Management and Pathogen Burden on the Late Summer Increase in Bulk Tank SCC

Daniel A. Shock1, Stephen J. LeBlanc2, Ken E.Leslie2, Karen J. Hand2, M. Ann Godkin3, Jason B. Coe2, David F. Kelton2, 1ACER Consulting, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 2University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 3Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs, Elora, Ontario, Canada

35. Distribution and Heterogeneity of Streptococcus agalactiae in Colombian Dairy Herds

Claudia G. Cobo-Ángel1, Ana S. Jaramillo-Jaramillo1, Laura M. Lasso-Rojas1, Ruth N. Zadoks2, Javier Sanchez3, Juan C. Rodriguez-Lecompte3, Alejandro Ceballos-Márquez1, 1Universidad de Caldas, Manizales, Colombia, 2University of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 3University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Canada

36. A New Method for Estimating Transmission Rates of Mastitis-causing Pathogens

Carsten Kirkeby, Tariq Halasa, Maya Gussmann, Kaare Græsbøll, DTU National Veterinary Institute Lyngby, Denmark

37. Effects of Long-term Comfort and Stress in Dairy Cow Housing Environments on Milk Quality and Productivity

Matthew R. Borchers, Anna Bradtmueller, Jeffrey M. Bewley, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, USA

38. Comparing Summer to Winter Ratios of SCS and Milk Yield among U.S. Regions and Southeast States

Jenna M. Guinn1, D.T. Nolan1, P.D. Krawczel2, C.S. Petersson-Wolfe3, G.M. Pighetti2, A.E. Stone1,4, S.H. Ward4,5, J.M. Bewley1, 1University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, USA, 2University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA, 3Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA, 4Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi, USA, 5North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

39. Drying-off Practices in Finnish Dairy Herds

María J. Vilar, Mari Hovinen, Heli Simojoki, Päivi J. Rajala-Schultz, Department of Production Animal Medicine, University of Helsinki, Mäntsälä, Finland

40. The Road to 6th Lactation Increased Longevity through Healthy Cows

Michael Farre1, Theun van der Veen2, 1SEGES Livestock Innovation, Århus, Denmark, 2Vestfyns dyrlaeger, Gelsted, Denmark

41. Automated Early Removal of the Milking Cluster before Beginning of the Dry Period to Reduce Internal Udder Pressure

Lisett. M. Martin1, Wolfgang Büscher2, Ute Müller1, 1Institute of Animal Science, Department of Physiology and Hygiene, University of Bonn, Germany, 2Institute of Agricultural Engineering, Department of Livestock Technology, University of Bonn, Germany

42. Influencing Factors of Immunoglobulin Concentration in Colostrum from Tropical Dairy Cows

Luis Miguel Gómez1,2, Julián Reyes Vélez3,4, Juan Carlos Rodriguez-Lecompte3, 1Solla S.A, Medellin, Colombia, 2Universidad CES, Medellin, Colombia, 3Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island, Prince Edward Island, Canada, 4Biogenesis Research Group, University of Antioquia, Medellin, Colombia

43. Case Report: Reduction of Bulk Tank Somatic Cell Count and Incidence of Clinical Mastitis in a Pasture-based Dairy Operation of Uruguay after Implementation of an Udder Health Program

Guillermo Sierra1, Marcos Munoz2, 1Private Dairy Consultant, Florida, Uruguay, 2Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias, Universidad de Concepción, Concepción, Chile

44. An Observational Cohort Study on Persistency of an Internal Teat Sealant Residue in Milk after Calving in Dairy Cows

Fidèle Kabera1,2, Simon Dufour1,2, Greg Keefe2,3 and Jean-Philippe Roy1,2, 1Faculté de médecine vétérinaire, Université de Montréal, Saint-Hyacinthe, QC, Canada, 2Canadian Bovine Mastitis and Milk Quality Research Network, Saint-Hyacinthe, QC, Canada, 3Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PE, Canada

45. Effect of Prepartum Energy Balance on Neutrophil Function Following Pegbovigrastim Treatment in Periparturient Cows

Scott McDougall1, Paul Rapnicki2, Stephen J. LeBlanc3, Axel Heiser4, 1Cognosco, AnexaFVC, Morrinsville, New Zealand, 2Elanco Animal Health, Greenfield, Indiana, USA, 3Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 4AgResearch Hopkirk Research Institute, Palmerston North, New Zealand

46. Pegbovigrastim Affected Gene Expression in Neutrophils of Transition Cows Indicating Increased Neutrophil Function

Axel Heiser1, Stephen J. LeBlanc2, Paul Rapnicki3, Scott McDougall4, 1AgResearch, Hopkirk Research Institute, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 2Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 3Elanco Animal Health, Greenfield, Indiana, USA, 4Cognosco, AnexaFVC, Morrinsville, New Zealand

 

47. Efficacy of Pegbovigrastim for Preventing Clinical Mastitis, Retained Placenta, and Metritis in Periparturient Heifers in a Dairy Herd in Argentina

Martin Pol1, Hernán Bertotti2, 1Lactodiagnostico Sur, Olivos, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2Grupo Chiavassa, Pellegrini, Santa Fe, Argentina

48. Feeding 25-Hydroxyvitamin D3 Decreases Severity of Mastitis in Dairy Cows
Michael B. Poindexter, Mercedes Kweh, Marcos Zenobi, Roney Zimpel, Jorge E. Zuniga, Francisco R. Lopes, Yun Jiang, Jose E.P. Santos, Corwin D. Nelson, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA

49. Evaluation of Injectable Vitamin and Mineral Supplementation during Dry Period, in the Improvement of Milk Production in Holstein Cows

Milton Maturana Filho1,2, Guillermo A. Mattioli3, Gustavo G Lagioia4, Juan M. Rodríguez Pérsico4, Marisa A Martinez4, Reuel Luiz Gonçalves4, Ed Hoffman Madureira2, 1MF VetPlan Livestock Consulting Company, Aguas da Prata, São Paulo, Brazil, 2Departament of Animal Reproduction, São Paulo University, Pirassununga, São Paulo, Brazil, 3Universidad Nacional de La Plata, La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 4Biogénesis Bagó, Garin Buenos Aires, Argentina

50. Evaluation of Injectable Vitamin and Mineral Supplementation During Dry Period, in Improvement of Health, Milk Production, and Composition in Holstein Cows

Milton Maturana Filho1,2, Guillermo A. Mattioli3, Gustavo G. Lagioia4, Juan M. Rodríguez Pérsico4, Marisa A. Martinez4, Reuel Luiz Gonçalves4, Ed Hoffman Madureira2, 1MF VetPlan Livestock Consulting Company, Aguas da Prata, São Paulo, Brazil, 2Departament of Animal Reproduction, São Paulo University, Pirassununga, São Paulo, Brazil, 3Universidad Nacional de La Plata, La Plata, Buenos, Aires Argentina, 4Biogénesis Bagó, Garin Buenos Aires, Argentina

51. Casein Hydrolysate as a Possible Adjunct to or Replacement Treatment for Current Antibiotic Therapies Used at Dry-off in Dairy Cows

Justine E. Britten, David J. Wilson, Kerry A. Rood, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, USA

52. Consensus Statement Dry Cow Therapy

Andrew Bradley1, Sarne De Vliegher2, Michael Farre3, Luis Miguel Jimenez4, Thomas Peters5, Ellen Schmitt-van de Leemput6, Tine van Werven7, 1QMMS and University of Nottingham, United Kingdom, 2Ghent University, Merelbeke, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium, 3SEGES, Vejen, Denmark, 4Servet, Toledo, Spain, 5MBFG, Wunstorf, Germany, 6Vetformance, Villaines la Juhel, France, 7Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

53. Pharmacokinetics and Milk Residues of Cloxacillin in Dairy Cows After Intramammary Administration for Dry Cow Therapy

Nora Mestorino1, Marisa Martínez2, Juan Rodríguez Pérsico2, Santiago Garcia3, Daniel Buldain1, Andrea Buchamer1, Florencia Aliverti1, Laura Marchetti1, 1Laboratory of Pharmacological and Toxicological Studies, Faculty of Veterinary Science, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2Biogénesis Bagó S.A. Garín, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 3Private Activity, Navarro, Buenos Aires, Argentina

54. Case Report: Efficacy of Two Intramammary Suspensions Containing 500 mg of Cloxacillin in the Control of Intramammary Infections During Dry Period in Dairy Cows

Marisa A. Martinez1, Sergio Castro2, Laura E. Araujo3,4, Maria V. Lucas3,4, Gustavo Lagioia1, Mariana F. Lucas3,4, 1Biogénesis Bagó S.A., Garin, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2Actividad Privada, Carlos Casares, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 3Universidad del Salvador, Pilar, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 4El Trébol Consultora, Pilar, Buenos Aires, Argentina

55. Pharmacokinetics and Residues of Cloxacillin in Milk of Lactating Dairy Cows After Intramammary Administration

Nora Mestorino1, Marisa Martínez2, Juan Rodríguez Pérsico2, Mariana Lucas3, Daniel Buldain1, Florencia Aliverti1, Andrea Buchamer1, Laura Araujo3, Laura Marchetti1, 1Laboratory of Pharmacological and Toxicological Studies, Faculty of Veterinary Science, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina, 2Biogénesis Bagó S.A. Garín, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 3Consultora El Trébol, Buenos Aires, Argentina

56. Rifaximin-Cefacetril Treatments of Clinical Mastitis: Efficacy of One-day Treatment Compared to Two-day Treatment

Martin Pol1, Javier Chaves1, Carlos Carrera2, Eve Courrier3, 1Lactodiagnostico Sur, Olivos, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2Salliquelo, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 3Casbas, Buenos Aires, Argentina

57. The Role of Extended Therapy for Mastitis

Elke Abbeloos1, Sarne De Vliegher2, Michael Farre3, Oriol Franquesa4, Ian Hodge5, Volker Krömker6, Bill May7, Martin Pol8, Jean-Phillippe Roy9, Olivier Salat10, Giacomo Tolasi11, Tine van Werven12, Marcos Veiga dos Santos13, 1Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health, Ingelheim, Germany, 2Ghent University, Merelbeke, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium, 3SEGES, Aarhus, Denmark, 4QLLET, Seva, Spain, 5PureMilk, Te Awamutu, New Zealand, 6University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Hannover, Germany, 7Lambert, Leonard and May, Whitchurch, United Kingdom, 8Lactodiagnostico Sur SRL, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 9Université de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 10Cabinet Vétérinaire de la Haute-Auvergne, St. Flour, France, 11Armigio, San Paolo, Italy, 12Universiteit Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands, 13Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil

58. Apparent Antimicrobial Effect of Herb Essential Oils on Streptococcus agalactiae and Staphylococcus aureus

Juan Velasco-Bolaños, Daniel Felipe Salazar, Alejandro Ceballos-Márquez, Research Group Calidad de Leche y Epidemiología Veterinaria, Universidad de Caldas Manizales, Caldas, Colombia

59. Minimum Inhibitory Concentration of Crude Extracts Obtained from Actinomycetes Against Mastitis Pathogens

Renata de Freitas Leite1, Juliano L. Gonçalves1, Melina M. Barcelos1, Cristian M. de M. R. Martins1, Ana Paula Ferranti Peti2, Luiz Alberto Beraldo de Moraes2, Marcos V. dos Santos1, 1Milk Quality Research Laboratory, University of São Paulo, USP, Pirassununga, Brazil, 2Laboratory of Mass Spectrometry Applied to Natural Products, University of São Paulo, USP, Ribeirão Preto, Brazil

60. Recombinant Nuclease Vaccine Promotes the Clearance of S. aureus

Tong Wu, Yunke Zhang, Haoran Zhao, Wenxue Wu, College of Veterinary Medicine, China Agriculture University, Beijing, China

 


National Mastitis Council Poster Guidelines
The poster board surface area is 4 ft. (1.2 m) high x 8 ft. (2.4 m) wide. It is not required to use the entire space (self-supporting tack board). You may use tacks (push pins) or Velcro to attach your poster to the tack board. We will have some extra tacks, but we will not supply Velcro.

Below are some basic guidelines:
Charts, figures, photographs and text should be mounted securely on the poster board by appropriate means. In general, the posters should be self-explanatory. Companies may be identified on the posters, but tabletop displays may not be used. Sales-oriented exhibits are not allowed. Educational literature may be distributed, provided it is not a “sales piece.”

Poster design suggestions:

  • Include title, author(s) and affiliation at top of poster (use lettering at least 1 inch [2.5 cm] high).
  • Keep illustrations simple.
  • Keep text and figure legends short; use large print – at least 3/8 inch (1 cm) high.
  • Illustrations must be readable at distances of 3 feet (1 m) or more.
  • Include a short introduction and summary.
  • List “take home points” on the poster.

Questions? Contact JoDee Sattler at: jdsattler@nmconline.org