During the course of a study of an outbreak of mastitis in a dairy herd, an aerotolerant campylobacter was isolated from a milk sample. This organism was cultured and the right front quarters of four young Friesian cows were infected by intramammary inoculation. Each infected quarter developed an acute clinical mastitis which resolved spontaneously after 120 hours. The challenge organism was reisolated from one of the quarters.
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