Dr. Naylor's® Mastitis Indicators To test for mastitis in cattle

Dr. Naylor's® Mastitis Indicators

by Dr. Naylor
Dr. Naylor's Mastitis Indicators is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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To test for mastitis in cattle
  • Mastitis test for cow's milk
  • Easy to use indicators
  • Two different color sections to indicate abnormal milk
  • Provides 30 indicators per box
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Dr. Naylor's® Mastitis Indicators are a simple way to test cow's milk for mastitis. Test can be done cowside. Supplied as a box on 30 indicators.

Indications: Dr. Naylor's® Mastitis Indicators is a simple test for mastitic milk which can be done cowside.

Dosage and Administration: Dr. Naylor's® Mastitis Indicators. Test procedure: Each quarter section of the blotter is designed to test the milk from the corresponding quarter of the cow's udder. The dark area is for the detection of flakes, and the yellow (round) area is for the determination of alkalinity, either of which conditions, if present, indicates abnormal milk and represents evidence of mastitis infection. Remove the blotter from the container by grasping it at the place indicated between the thumb and forefinger of the left hand. Discard the first stream of milk from the quarter to be tested. Then hold the blotter in a slanting position with the corner downward, so that the milk stream will first cover the dark area and run down over the yellow round area. If flakes are present they will remain on the surface of the blotter where they will show up clearly against the dark background. If milk is abnormally alkaline the yellow (round) area will change to a greenish blue color. The depth of this color is usually in direct proportion to the degree of mastitis infection.

Caution: The colormatic test should not be relied upon during a period of two or three weeks after freshening and before drying off. Reactions will result from long exposure to ammoniated atmosphere.

Storage: Unused testers should be kept in a clean, dry place away from light and stable odors.

Shipping: Ships ambient by ground.

Restrictions: Cannot ship to Canada, inquire regarding restrictions to other countries.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from We have used them often to check our goats We have used them often to check our goats....we really like them!
Date published: 2015-09-27
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