The control of mastitis in dairy cows requires the cooperation of the dairyman. He should have adequate knowledge of the symptoms and means of detection of the disease, and the interpretation of the laboratory examination of the milk samples, to enable him to understand how the disease is spread and controlled.

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*Delivered at meeting of the Colorado Dairy Fieldmen's Association, Fort Collins, January 12, 1954.

Dr. L. K. Wayt, a native of Colorado, received his D.V.M. degree in 1946 from the Colorado A. & M. College. He practiced veterinary medicine for four years. Since 1950 he has been Assistant Professor of Medicine in the above College.