An observational pilot study has shown that cows with udder inflammation benefited from a combination homeopathic remedy applied directly to the teat. Mastitis was significantly improved in 4 -7 days and milk yield increased from the first treatment. Many dairy herdsmen across Europe, the UK and New Zealand use homeopathy extensively in their herds – and by placing the remedy into their cow’s drinking water rather than on their teats. It works just as quickly and is not as time-consuming or as expensive, leading to happy farmers and happy cows. With many other remedies available for the treatment of cow mastitis, an investment in a good ‘homeopathy for herds’ book is well worth while.
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