Heat Stress Abatement in Freestalls and Tie-Stalls

How to tackle heat stress, and provide better comfort through the summer for dairy cattle.
Heat Stress Abatement in Freestalls and Tie-Stalls - Webinars
Skill Level: Beginner
Language: English
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When: February 24, 2015, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Dairy cattle just aren't made for hot weather. As we look ahead toward spring and summer weather, what needs to be done to offset those effects of heat stress? This webinar looks at ways to tackle heat stress, and provide better comfort through the summer.

Program presented by John Tyson and Dan McFarland, Agricultural Engineers, Penn State Extension Dairy Team.

Instructors

Farmstead Layout Animal Shelter Design Improving Existing Animal Facilities Animal Comfort and Well Being Animal Environment

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Agricultural Engineering Dairy Systems Design and Layout Farm Animal Welfare

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