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The second high-risk period is at the end of the dry period as the cow starts her lactation. As with any disease process, the preferred approach is prevention. There are many options for managing mastitis, many of which will be addressed in future articles.
The topic for this article is opportunities for preventing fresh cow mastitis through proper dry cow nutrition. The dairy cow faces many metabolic and immune challenges in the transition from nonlactating to lactating state. The focus of recent transition cow research has been on how immune cells alter their function in the period just before and after calving that may lead to increased risk of infectious disease.
Although inflammation is a normal component of the immune response to any pathogen, it is believed that any stimulation of inflammatory mediators from environmental stressors may lead to an impaired immune response against a disease.
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