Heat stress in dairy cattle Technical Articles

Management

Article published the May 23, 2022:

The Chinese dairy industry is learning to cope with heat stress

The dairy industry is important for economic and food security in most countries of the world. Millions of producers around the world raise about 280 million dairy cows and produce close to a billion tons of mi...
Author/s :
Israel Flamenbaum
Statistics:
5 0
Article published the April 11, 2022:

“Voluntary cooling” – does it work?

Heat stress is one of the major loss factors in the dairy industry of many countries in the world, especially those located in warm regions. The loss caused to dairy farms raises from the decrease in cow’...
Author/s :
Israel Flamenbaum
Statistics:
124 0
Article published the November 25, 2021:

Global warming - to what extent is the cattle industry responsible?

The climate issue has been in the headlines lately. This article was written in the week that begins in Glasgow, Scotland, the Climate Conference, with the participation of many world leaders announcing the int...
Author/s :
Israel Flamenbaum
Statistics:
222 5
Article published the November 16, 2021:

More than one summer is needed to cool cows properly

Summer heat stress has been considered in these days as one of the greatest causes for losses in the world dairy sector. Italian Breeders Association (A.I.A.), adopted the Summer to Winter ratio (S:W) index, a ...
Author/s :
Israel Flamenbaum
Statistics:
148 0
Article published the September 23, 2021:

Do we need to cool heifers too?

Adult lactating cows receive more attention when it comes to the negative effects of heat stress, as compared to heifers. This is because lactating cows need to dissipate more heat, running out of milk producti...
Author/s :
Israel Flamenbaum
Statistics:
545 0
Article published the September 7, 2021:

Predict and act: Heat stress management made better

Heat stress will cost the global dairy sector an estimated $5 billion a year in 2050 (Wankar et al., 2021).To reduce the costs for both the farmer and animal, a more integrated approach regarding production, he...
Author/s :
Mohamed Mammeri
Statistics:
451 7
Article published the May 12, 2021:

La Cantabra dairy farm in the north of Mexico a look after six years of implementing an intensive cooling system

In a previous article published some years ago here, dealing with cooling project that I accompanied in northern Mexico, I described the results from the first and second years of its implementation. The data w...
Author/s :
Israel Flamenbaum
Statistics:
346 2
Article published the May 4, 2021:

Dairy Cows: Effects of Air Velocity

An increase in the velocity of air, at a temperature lower than the surface temperature of the animal, has the potential to increase the sensible heat loss of the animal. An augmentation in air velocity will sh...
Author/s :
Sohail Bajwa
Statistics:
350 0
Article published the April 9, 2021:

Genetic variability of Tropical Milking Criollo cattle of Mexico estimated from genealogy information

IntroductionGenetic variability of livestock populations is fading. This is due, in part, to genetic improvement programs (FAO, 1998; Gutiérrez and Goyache, 2005). Boichard et al. (1997) mentioned that c...
Author/s :
Carlos Becerril
Statistics:
93 0
Article published the March 31, 2021:

The negative impact of extreme heat wave on the performance of dairy cows in Israel

The summer of 2020 will be remembered as one of the hottest summers in Israel in decades. The summer heated many agricultural sectors, including the dairy industry. Beyond high heat load conditions throughout t...
Author/s :
Israel Flamenbaum
Statistics:
281 1
 
 
Copyright © 1999-2022 Engormix - All Rights Reserved