Heat Stress Technical Articles

Article published the March 29, 2017:
Introduction Testicular temperature of bulls must be 2 to 6° C cooler than body temperature to allow normal spermatogenesis and maturation of sperm. Exposure of bulls to increased ambient temperatures resu...
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Robert Wettemann
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Article published the February 16, 2017:
  Q: What are the main consequences of heat stress? A: Regarding milk production, there are different factors, not just volume, but also fat content and protein in the milk and quality of the milk; that ...
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Israel Flamenbaum
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Article published the September 19, 2016:
Heat stress is now considered to be the cause of the largest economical loss to the world’s dairy sector. The reasons for this are global warming, the increase in milk output per cow and the “immigr...
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Israel Flamenbaum
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Article published the August 16, 2016:
In the last 40 years, Israeli researchers realized comparative studies in order to define the negative effect of heat stress in dairy cows and the effect of using cooling methods to mitigate the heat and reduce...
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Israel Flamenbaum
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Article published the August 8, 2016:
What is heat stress? Cattle in modern animal production accomplishes high performance which in turn requires enormous demands on metabolic performance. High metabolic performance is accompanied by high body he...
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Laura Marie Berger
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Article published the March 29, 2016:
The summer of 2016 has arrived rather abruptly and with full fury, finding many poultry farmers as well as chicken totally unprepared to face the onslaught. During my conversation with people, I noticed that ma...
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Leo Antony
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Article published the January 18, 2016:
During my consultancy activities, I get to visit many dairy farms, especially, those located in "warm regions" of the world. The visits are focused on the efforts to reduce the negative impact of summer heat st...
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Israel Flamenbaum
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Article published the July 21, 2015:
Half of the birds reared worldwide are estimated to suffer from the consequences of heat stress during the summer period. The first visible sign is an increase in the water: feed ratio, however recent research ...
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Jennifer Maurin
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Article published the December 11, 2014:
Introduction Heat stress (HS) negatively impacts all aspects of dairy cattle production. Decreased milk production and reproduction losses during the summer substantially impact the economic potential of dairy...
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Ganesh Bhagwanrao Shinde
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Article published the August 11, 2014:
Cooling cows has become a common practice in many dairy sectors in the world, especially in warm regions. Usually we evaluate the benefits of cooling cows according to its effect on productive and reproductive ...
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Israel Flamenbaum
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