Humidity

DairyInfo July 2013

HEAT STRESS AFFECTS HEIFERS & THEIR GROWTH RATE...

Cooling cows is known to have an economic return, but there are advantages to keeping heifers comforatable as well when the weathr turns hot and humid! Warm temperatures this spring serve asa reminder to be prepared for the arrival of higher summer temperatures, along with higher humidity, that are a certainty. In fact, some of these temperatures have already occured and will more than likely be ever present in July.  

Renaissance Report June 2013

HEAT & HUMIDITY = STRESS!
It is the time of year when we start thinking about the impact of heat and humidity on dairy cows and indeed all livestock. This is nothing new... it comes around each year with notable regularity. The "dog days" of summer can plague any dairy producer's productivity and profitability, with the impact of heat stress lasting well into the fall. The recommendations are always much the same - but it never hurts to be reminded of feed, nutrition and management strategies that help to address these situations.

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