BSK Electrovet 1 (for Mastitis)
BSK Electrovet 1 will cure any form of mastitis problem whether udder is wholly blocked (which is impossible according to allopathy medicine theory) or something is coming from teats like water, blood or small quantity of milk. One of the significant benefits of this medicine is that you don’t need any antibiotics with it and it also has no side effect on animals.
WHAT IS MASTITIS?
Mastitis is an endemic disease in cows. It affects dairy cattle, in addition to other lactating mammals which results in the inflammation of both their udder tissue and mammary gland. The disease usually comes as a result of the immunological response of the cattle’s body against bacterial invasion. The bacteria locates, stays and obtain its nutrients from the teat canal, or the ducts from where secretion of milk occurs.
The toxins secreted by the bacteria tend to cause irreversible damage in many occasions or temporarily damaging variety of ducts and other tissues that are responsible for the secretion of milk in the udder.
Mastitis may be sourced through surfaces where bacteria are dwelling within a cattle farm or due to mechanical, chemical, as well as thermal abrasions contained within the udder of the cow. This disease is somewhat a complex one, as it can derange the ability of a cow to produce enough and viable milk, for consumption.
COMMON PRACTICES AIDING TO MASTITIS IN FARM ANIMALS:
There are some essential practices, which can increase the rate at which the bacteria responsible for Mastitis are found. These include:
– Poor housing and its management.
– Reduced dietary mode of feeding.
– Inability to separate an infected cow from the healthier ones.
– Failure to pay reasonable and close attention to hygienic milking processes and improper sanitation of the farm and the equipment used.
To prevent mastitis from infesting your dairies, the above practices must be addressed appropriately.
MODE OF TRANSMISSION:
Mastitis is usually transmitted through contact with contaminated surfaces such as bedding, farm equipment, milking machines, and dirty hands, etc. However, the factors responsible for this infection are tribal, hence grouped into the immediate host, the pathogenic agent, and the environmental conditions that trigger it.
SYMPTOMS of MASTITIS
This is quite hard to tell as cattle tend to show no apparent sign during the subclinical stage. During this time, the infected cow can infect the healthier ones rapidly mainly if there’s a lack of proper management.
Some of the symptoms presented a while after the infection includes:
– Reddening, swollen, and hardening of the udder.
– Presence of clots, pus or flakes, with a watery appearance in the milk.
– Increase in the pH level of the milk from the average level of about 6.6 to about 6.9 or above, in addition to the occurrence of some blood enzymes in the milk which tend to alter the milk taste as well as result in the failure of the milk be converted into other dairy products e.g cheese, buttermilk, cream, custard and yoghurt etc.
Other symptoms include:
– Loss of appetite
– High body temperature
– Low mobility or sluggishness
– Sunken eyes
– Insufficient milk
BSK Electrovet 1:
This medicine will cure any form of mastitis problem whether udder is wholly blocked (which is impossible according to allopathy medicine theory). Or something is coming from teats like water, blood or a small quantity of milk. One of the significant benefits of this medicine is that you don’t need any antibiotics with it and it also has no side effect on animals.
There are three available grounds, where this (For Mastitis) can come in handy:
If in any way, the whole teats got blocked ( this is usually recognized when nothing comes out of the nipple at all ). So, Give this drug to the diseased cow for a minimum of two months, before its delivery.
Dose regimen: give 10ml each, three times a day.
Always choose to give this medicine one hour before feeding the animal, or two (2) hours interval after feeding the animal. However, the directives or prescription of a Vet shall rule out any dosage, where available. Give this drug with the aid of a syringe, chapati or bread among other foods; the cattle can consume.
When the infection is in its early stage ( less than a day), the following dose shall be followed.
Dose regimen: Give a 100ml dose to the newly infected animal after each hour (three times). However, if the disease persists despite the above, switch to the 10 ml routine (three times a day) for between 5-10 days.
When the infected cow has been with the disease for quite long, the below dose regimen should be followed.
Dose Regimen: Give the animal 10 ml of the drug three times a day. Also, note that a give this medicine one (1) hour before feeding or two (2) hours interval after feeding the animal. A syringe can also be used to drug the animal or use a bread/chapati to get it into its mouth, without any hassle.