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I resently had a hiefer calve and she had pure blood in rear right quarter. My vet said he thought it was e-coli mastitis and that the quarter would rot off. This has been a month ago, and nothing has happend yet. The calf is doing fine and the cow is doing fine but still has signs of blood in quarter. The quarter is still swollen. Any ideas of what kind of mastitis this may be?
 

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The only way to know for sure is to culture the fluid from that quarter. If you use an intermammary infusion (my personal choice) you will be able to get the right stuff to treat whatever type of mastitis it is

dun


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I resently had a hiefer calve and she had pure blood in rear right quarter. My vet said he thought it was e-coli mastitis and that the quarter would rot off. This has been a month ago, and nothing has happend yet. The calf is doing fine and the cow is doing fine but still has signs of blood in quarter. The quarter is still swollen. Any ideas of what kind of mastitis this may be?
 

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