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They're climbing. Are you only milking once a day? If twice a day, make sure you dry treat.

On your DHI-200 sheet is an explaination of SCC scores. Top left hand corner. Also be aware that those numbers beside the SCCS is in 1,000's. I would expect a doe this time of year with no teat end injury, sub clinical mastitis, healthy udder to be in 1-2 SCCS range with some 3's if they are HEAVY producers. Above that here and they get treated.
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Dry Treat them. Infuse a mastitis med. into the udder the last time you milk them, seal the teat.
Go to Pam's thread and read how to dry treat. Two options.
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