Pseudo cowpox (milkers nodule)


It is a common infectious cause of teat disease in cattle. Since immunity is short-lived, cows can get infected fairly soon (often less than six months) after recovering from the disease.


Common symptoms:

Scab formation on teat having horse shoe/ring shaped area.

Emollient teat dips and sprays have a beneficial effect of reducing microbes on teat skin.

Pseudo cowpox

Scabs covering the teat in pseudocowpox