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n The Dairy Mail - How do your cows handle heat stress? - : advertorial

Volume 14, Issue 12
  • ISSN : 1561-4301

Abstract

Heat stress is caused by a combination of temperature and humidity. Even at low levels of humidity, temperatures above 26°C can cause problems. Even mild heat stress can have significant short term effects on productivity. There will also be an impact on overall health and fertility.

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2019-12-14

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