Animal Health II

Section: Animal Health
Format: Posters
Day/Time: Tuesday 7:30 AM–9:30 AM
Location: Exhibit Hall B
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
Metabolic and digestive disorders affect behavioral and productive parameters of lactating Holstein cows milked with an automatic milking system.
M. L. Stangaferro
Evaluation of milk microbiome provides evidence for selective dry cow therapy and rational use of antimicrobial in dairy cows.
F. S. Lima
The effect of 2,4-thiazolidinedione on lipid-soluble vitamins in lactating goats induced with subclinical mastitis.
C. Y. Tsai
Bacterial ecosystem of the bovine mammary gland: Potential role of foundation taxa in shaping mammary gland microbiota and modulating udder homeostasis.
H. Derakhshani
Quarter somatic cell count of culture negative and gram-negative cases of non-severe clinical mastitis enrolled in negatively controlled randomized clinical trials.
M. J. Fuenzalida
Macrophage activation during subclinical mastitis in dairy goats treated with 2,4-thiazolidinedione.
F. Rosa
Evaluation of the effects of metabolic diseases during the transition period on the culling risk of high-yielding dairy cows by survival analysis.
O. Bogado Pascottini
Risk factors for subclinical mastitis in grazing dairy cows.
R. R. Daros
Evaluation of chlorine concentration and stability, oxidation-reduction potential (ORP), and pH in 2 chlorine based disinfectants at teat dip concentrations.
L. Timms
Associations of dry-off management and somatic cell count in robotic milking systems.
M. T. M. King
Effect of minerals and vitamins supplementation during the non-lactating period on incidence of metritis in lactating dairy cows.
A. E. Relling
Effect of somatic cell count around service on the fertility of grazing dairy cows.
N. Lorenti
Assessing the validity of inline milk fat-to-protein ratio data as an indicator of subclinical ketosis in dairy cows in robotic milking herds.
M. T. M. King
Can the use of cefquinome be justified to treat Streptococcus agalactiae subclinical mastitis?
J. Pantoja
Detection of icaA, icaD, and bap genes in strains of coagulase-negative staphylococcus antimicrobial resistant isolated from bovine mastitis.
J. R. P. Arcaro
Validation of BHBCheck blood β-hydroxybutyrate meter as a diagnostic tool for hyperketonemia.
K. J. Sailer
Liver functionality index in peripartal dairy cows fed ethyl-cellulose rumen-protected methionine is associated with better performance and immunometabolic status.
F. Batistel
Prevalence of Prototheca spp. in bulk tank milk from Ohio dairy farms.
L. da Costa
Development and evaluation of hyperketonemia prediction models.
R. S. Pralle
Quantifying milk leukocyte proportions in mastitic and healthy quarters.
S. Paudyal
Advancement of Dairying in Austria (ADDA): Antimicrobial dry cow therapy on conventional dairy farms—Farmers’ management decisions.
C. L. Firth
Prevalence of subclinical ketosis in Chilean grazing dairy cattle calving during fall and spring.
P. Melendez
Nonesterified fatty acids induce proinflammatory macrophage phenotype.
G. A. Contreras
Efficacy and clinical safety of pegbovigrastim against naturally occurring clinical mastitis in periparturient cows on US commercial dairies.
P. C. Canning
Reduction of the endotoxin concentration by a clay mineral-based product in a semi-continuous in vitro rumen model.
N. Reisinger
Dietary clay supplementation improves hepatic expression of inflammatory markers in Holstein cows challenged with aflatoxin.
K. Ryan
Investigation of toxin genes in strains of Staphylococcus spp. antimicrobial resistant isolated from bovine mastitis.
J. R. P. Arcaro
Advancement of Dairying in Austria (ADDA): Preliminary results of an observational study into antimicrobial use on dairy farms in Austria, Europe.
C. L. Firth
Explaining farmers’ adaptation of preventive measures against mastitis—An application of Theory of Planned Behavior.
N. Lind
Integration of phenotypic and transcriptomic data shows differences of metabolic response upon energy shortage in relation with genetic resistance to mastitis.
J. Bouvier-Muller
Impact of culling for SCC, milk revenue, and estimated breeding values on herd performance.
K. Kaniyamattam
Cow-level risk factors for clinical and subclinical mastitis in New York dairy cattle.
A. M. Miles
Effects of feeding an extruded flaxseed supplement on fatty acids in milk and plasma and immune function in transition dairy cows.
M. Fetter