North Carolina State research:
“Quarters treated with Cinnatube™ were significantly less likely to experience a new infection than quarters 
 treated with no treatment.”
K. A. E. Mullen, K. L. Anderson, and S. P. Washburn, "Effect of 2 herbal intramammary products on milk quantity and quality compared with conventional and no dry cow therapy,” Journal of Dairy Science, vol. 97, no. 6, pp. 3509– 3522, 2014.
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National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service:
“A North Carolina State University study funded by Southern SARE showed herbal treatments as effective as  
 conventional antibiotics in some situations for treating or preventing mastitis in dairy cattle.”
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Southern SARE:
“In some cases, Cinnatube™ was significantly better than no treatment at preventing infections from occurring.”
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Oregon Tilth:
“...can be just as effective as conventional therapies.”
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