Review of the Economic Influence of Mastitis in Ruminants


Amanee M. Radhy, Saba Thamer Mosa
Department of Internal and Preventive Veterinary Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, Baghdad University, Iraq.


Mastitis is usually acommon and prevalent disease that is individual of the furthermostcollective and expensive diseases in the dairy manufacturing. In addition, breast milk directly affects the quality and quality of milk, with the technical properties and high quality present in milk, and indirectly the quality of milk. Management is considered one of the most effective means of controlling mastitis. Given the complex, multifunctional nature of mastitis, management encompasses a wide range of activities, among others, disease (clinical or semi-classic form), treatment of dry cows, prevention of transmission.