n The Dairy Mail - Feeding the heat : production

Volume 20, Issue 10
  • ISSN : 1561-4301


Heat stress is the direct result of an animal's inability to dissipate enough heat to maintain homeothermy and remains a major challenge to dairymen farming in areas where ambient temperatures exceed 25 °C, which is compounded by the effects of high humidity.

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