Heat Stress Abatement for Transition Cows

Heat stress abatement needs of transition cows is often overlooked.
Heat Stress Abatement for Transition Cows - Webinars
Skill Level: Beginner
Language: English

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Recorded: March 8, 2016, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

The impacts of heat stress on lactating cow milk production and other health factors is well known and many dairies today have implemented abatement measures for these animals. However the heat stress abatement needs of transition cows is often overlooked. This webinar focuses on the need for and methods to provide heat stress abatement to late gestation and transition cows.

Program presented by Dr. Geoffrey Dahl, Professor and Chair of Department of Animal Sciences, University of Florida, and John Tyson, Agricultural Engineer with Penn State Extension Dairy Team.


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