udder


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udder

(ŭd′ər)
n.
A baglike organ containing the mammary glands, characteristic of certain female mammals, such as cows, sheep, and goats.
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My veterinary officer was unable to explain the drastic drop in milk production," said Ms Wambui adding that the thieves smear the cows' udders with dung after milking.
Made with real fruit or Belgian chocolate and fresh British milk, Shaken Udder's milkshakes contain no artificial colours or flavours and are under 5% sugar.
Therefore, in this study we assess the performances of Bedouin goat during early lactation focusing on the relationship between milk yield and body and udder morphology to determine the most appropriate traits to introduce into breed improvement scheme.
Between udder width and non-fat dry matter content, high positive correlation was determined.
1), pain on palpation of udder, redness and high rectal temperature (103.8 (0)F).
Part of her udder was pinky-red, a sign of mastitis.
He said production of quality milk relied on cow/buffalo udder health, if udder is infected by Mastitis which caused the economic loss for poor livestock farming community, even this disease results into slaughtering of effected animals.
In his address, the vice-chancellor said that if one of the cows/buffaloes teats is infected by mastitis, gradually whole udder is wasted due to swelling and spreading of mastitis.
21, after a woman from New Jersey was found infected in September by Brucella abortus RB51, a rare and life-threatening bacterium. She contracted it after consuming unpasteurized milk from Udder Milk. 
In several studies, somatic cell count reported asthe best indicator for early diagnostic of udder disease (Shook and Schutz, 1994).
Udder and teat scanning is generally performed for the diagnosis of milk flow disturbances and also for examination and measurement of different anatomical structures [36, 46].