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Management to prevent Staphylococcus aureus mastitis in small-scale dairy farms in Tanzania

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Presentation by Lusato R. Kurwijila and Robinson Mdegela at the International Dairy Federation World Dairy Summit, Cape Town, South Africa, 4-8 November 2012.
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Management to prevent Staphylococcus aureus mastitis in small-scale dairy farms in Tanzania Lusato R. Kurwijila1 and Robinson Mdegela2 1Department of Animal Science and Production, Sokoine University of Agriculture P.O.BOX 3000, Morogoro, Tanzania 2Department of Veterinary Medicine and Public Health, P.O. Box 3021, Morogoro, Tanzania Presented at the International Dairy Federation World Dairy Summit Cape Town, South Africa 4-8 November 2012 1

Outline • Introduction • Study methodologies • Risk factors of mastitis infection • Approaches towards better management of mastitis – Hygienic milking – Milking technique – The housing environment – Dry cow therapy as a preventive measure – Intervention measures to improve management • Conclusions 2

Introduction • Dairy production in TZ is dominated by small- scale farmers (herd size of 2-10 cows) on 0.5-2 hectares • About 150,000 farmers own about 90% of the estimated 600,000 dairy cows in the country and produce more than 70% of milk marketed off- farm (NBS, 2003) • Among the factors constraining productivity of smallholder dairying is udder health 3

Introduction.. • Incidence of subclinical mastitis on smallholder farms could be as high as 70% and clinical mastitis 2.0-2.8% • Up to 63% of mastitis cases as detected by the California mastitis test (CMT) can be infectious form of mastitis caused by – Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus spp. (agalactiae and dysagalactiae) and – Escherichia coli • Hence detection, management and control of infectious mastitis among smallholder dairy cattle is an important strategy for its control nationally 4

Study methodologies • Most of the research reviewed has involved cross-sectional studies on prevalence, aetiology, predisposing or risk factors and trials on preventive management of mastitis in general and staphylococcal mastitis in particular 5

Risk factors to mastitis infection Practices that reduce mastitis infection Extent of use by smallholder farmers Author Cleaning hands with detergents <10% Shem et al, 2001 Use disinfectant in udder wash 0% Shem et al,2001 Drying udder with clean single cloth 0% Mdegela et al , 2009 Dry hand milking (non use of lubricants) 0% Mdegela et al, 2009 Complete milking 30% Shem et al , 2001 Post milking teat dip 26.8 Mdegela et al, 2009 Dry cow theraphy 19.5% Mdegela et al, 2009 Training on mastitis rare Karimuribo et al, 2006 Milking sick cows last variable Hygienic milking and milking techniques 6

The housing environment • Zero grazing • Tie stalls – Hygiene and manure and waste disposal most important Adapted from CAMARTEC, Arusha , Tanzania 7

The housing environment • Free stalls • Free grazing on pastures – Hygiene and manure and waste disposal most important • Shem et al. (2001) found lower level of mastitis in zero grazed cattle than free pasture grazing 8

Dry cow therapy as a preventive measure 9 Treatments by Shekimweri et al. (1998) • A: Dry cow therapy + full hygiene (pre-milking teat udder wash + disinfection and post milking teat dip) • B: No dry cow therapy + full hygiene (pre-milking udder wash + teat disinfection and post milking teat dip) • C: Dry cow therapy + routine hygiene (pre- milking udder wash + teat disinfection only) • D: Control routine hygiene (pre- milking teat disinfection only) (No dry cow therapy or post milking teat dip) A= Dry cow therapy + full hygiene (pre-milking teat disinfection and post milking teat dip) B= No dry cow therapy + full hygiene (pre-milking teat disinfection and post milking teat dip) C= Dry cow therapy + routine hygiene (pre- milking teat disinfection only) D=Control (No dry cow therapy+ routine hygiene (pre- milking teat disinfection only)

Dry cow therapy as a preventive measure Pre-treatment period (start of wk1) After 8 weeks on treatment : % reduction in incidence of isolates A B C D A B C D A B C D CMT + 21 18 16 23 12 16 12 18 43 11 25 22 Infectious 12 9 11 5 4 3 3 5 67 67 25 0 Bacterial isolate Staphylococcus spp. 7 1 4 4 4 - 1 1 67 100 75 0 Streptococcus spp. 4 6 4 1 - 2 - 2 100 67 100 0 Escherichia coli 1 3 - 1 - 1 - 1 100 67 100 100 Othersa) - 1 1 - - - - 1 100 100 100 50 10

Interventions to reduce mastitis • Training in hygienic milking including udder wash and use of disinfectant such as hypochlorite at 80-100 ppm is basic requirement 11

Interventions to reduce mastitis ... Regular testing of animals by CMT and use of post-milking disinfectants by farmers 12

Sustainability • Sustainability requires regular testing by extension services and training of farmers in dairy hygiene • Providing incentives such as payment for milk on basis of quality including somatic cell counts 13

Conclusions • Studies in Tanzania have showed that it is possible to reduce the incidences of mastitis caused by S. aureus on smallholder farms by adopting • Dry cow therapy combined with • Pre-milking udder wash • Regular use of post-milking teat dip with suitable disinfectant • Sustainability can be ensured through regular testing and offering training of farmers and quality based incentives 14

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