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Mastitis Applications

  • Water treatment for dairy

    Because of its superior disinfection ability, many applications of chlorine dioxide have been found to be extremely beneficial in the dairy industry. Dosing the drinking water lines has led to the reduction in bacteria in the water and thus decreased the somatic cell count in the milk. Replacing iodine with chlorine dioxide as the active ingredient in teat dips has led to reduced mastitis cases. Using chlorine dioxide as a CIP agent in the milk line disinfection has brought a decrease in the E-coli count found in...

    By Applied Oxidation LLC based in Chattanooga, TENNESSEE (USA).

  • Clean Water for Cows and Their Milk

    In 1999, the European Community (EU) banned importation of US-produced milk. The EU upper limit on somatic cell count was 400,000 and 100,000 on bacteria count. The limit set by USDA in the US was 750,000 and 200,000 bacteria count. This was considered too high and import from the US was prohibited.

    By GO2 International based in Buena Park, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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