Mastitis and milk quality: current topics on the 2016 World Buiatric Congress

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The 29th World Buiatrics Congress, held from July 3-8 in the Convention Centre Dublin, gathered 3.000 leading veterinarians and bovine experts from all over the world. This report is a summary of the main lectures about udder health and milk quality presented during the congress.

World Buiatric Congress - July 3-8th 2016, Dublin, Ireland

World Buiatric Congress 2016

The World Buiatrics Congress – WBC 2016 – is recognised worldwide as the premier cattle congress in the world, exploring the study of cattle and their diseases. 

3rd Global Milk Quality Expert Forum: The role of extended treatment discussed by mastitis experts

The benefit of extended therapy for mastitis, myth or fact?” was the topic at the third global milk quality expert forum, held on 16-17 January in Barcelona and organised by Boehringer Ingelheim. The forum was attended by 15 milk quality experts from 13 different countries, which allowed for an excellent interaction between participants and speakers.

BI META - 8th Regional Mastitis Meeting

Boehringer Ingelheim 8th Regional Mastitis Meeting

In an attempt to offer better solutions & recent updates about milk quality and mastitis control in dairy cows, The 8th Regional Mastitis Meeting took place with around 70 delegates coming from different countries (Algeria, Egypt, France, Germany, Iran, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Turkey and United Arab Emirates) in Dubai on 14th March 2017.

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