Draminski Mastitis Detector 4 Quarters Dairy Cattle Mastitis Quick Portable
Draminski Mastitis Detector 4 Quarters Dairy Cattle Mastitis Quick Portable

A device for detecting sub-clinical mastitis in its earliest, visually undetectable stage. Why should you have it? Portable and easy to use device that allows for the production of top quality milk, ergonomic design with a 4-quarter display, helps to detect an early stage of illness without visible symptoms (Mastitis Subclinica), detects medical condition separately for each quarter, displaying the difference between quarters and pointing to the one with the greatest risk from mastitis, allows for effective prevention through fast udder condition monitoring, accelerates the decision about treatment and shortens grace period, reduces the costs of keeping the herd in good health condition, reduces financial losses related to production of milk, does not require using any chemicals investment for years. Principle of operation The detector measures changes in the electrical resistance of milk, as development of sub-clinical mastitis (asymptomatic stage) is accompanied by an increase in salt levels in milk, which involves a change in the resistance. This rule is considered to be the most reliable indirect test in diagnosing Mastitis Subclinica. The test is very simple: you need to milk the first portion of milk directly from the teat to measuring cup press the button to register the result pour out the milk and repeat the steps for other quarters The set includes: DRAMISKI MD4Q mastitis detector, 1 x 9V 6F-22 type battery, reusable transport packaging (made of plastic), manual. The item “Draminski Mastitis Detector 4 Quarters Dairy Cattle Mastitis Quick Portable” is in sale since Sunday, July 12, 2020. This item is in the category “Business & Industrial\Agriculture & Forestry\Livestock Supplies\Other Livestock Supplies”. The seller is “petsandvet” and is located in Hawarden, Iowa. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: Draminski
  • MPN: MD4Q
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