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Mastitis is one of the most common and costly diseases of dairy cattle and can be of significance in beef herds too. As well as causing heavy production losses, mastitis is a significant cause of culling, and in severe, acute cases can quickly lead to death. This inflammation can be caused by bacteria, which travel up the teat canal, colonize and multiply, leading to damage of the udder tissue.

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Mastitis is one of the most common and costly diseases of dairy cattle and can be of significance in beef herds too. As well as causing heavy production losses, mastitis is a significant cause of culling, and in severe, acute cases can quickly lead to death. This inflammation can be caused by bacteria, which travel up the teat canal, colonize and multiply, leading to damage of the udder tissue.

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Mastitis is one of the most common and costly diseases of dairy cattle and can be of significance in beef herds too. As well as causing heavy production losses, mastitis is a significant cause of culling, and in severe, acute cases can quickly lead to death. This inflammation can be caused by bacteria, which travel up the teat canal, colonize and multiply, leading to damage of the udder tissue.

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Mastitis is one of the most common and costly diseases of dairy cattle and can be of significance in beef herds too. As well as causing heavy production losses, mastitis is a significant cause of culling, and in severe, acute cases can quickly lead to death. This inflammation can be caused by bacteria, which travel up the teat canal, colonize and multiply, leading to damage of the udder tissue.

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Mastitis is one of the most common and costly diseases of dairy cattle and can be of significance in beef herds too. As well as causing heavy production losses, mastitis is a significant cause of culling, and in severe, acute cases can quickly lead to death. This inflammation can be caused by bacteria, which travel up the teat canal, colonize and multiply, leading to damage of the udder tissue.

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Mastitis is one of the most common and costly diseases of dairy cattle and can be of significance in beef herds too. As well as causing heavy production losses, mastitis is a significant cause of culling, and in severe, acute cases can quickly lead to death. This inflammation can be caused by bacteria, which travel up the teat canal, colonize and multiply, leading to damage of the udder tissue.

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Mastitis is one of the most common and costly diseases of dairy cattle and can be of significance in beef herds too. As well as causing heavy production losses, mastitis is a significant cause of culling, and in severe, acute cases can quickly lead to death. This inflammation can be caused by bacteria, which travel up the teat canal, colonize and multiply, leading to damage of the udder tissue.

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Mastitis is one of the most common and costly diseases of dairy cattle and can be of significance in beef herds too. As well as causing heavy production losses, mastitis is a significant cause of culling, and in severe, acute cases can quickly lead to death. This inflammation can be caused by bacteria, which travel up the teat canal, colonize and multiply, leading to damage of the udder tissue.

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Mastitis is one of the most common and costly diseases of dairy cattle and can be of significance in beef herds too. As well as causing heavy production losses, mastitis is a significant cause of culling, and in severe, acute cases can quickly lead to death. This inflammation can be caused by bacteria, which travel up the teat canal, colonize and multiply, leading to damage of the udder tissue.

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