Dry cows need cooling too in summer

Published on: 07/24/2019
Author/s : Israel Flamenbaum Ph.D / Cow Cooling Solutions, LTD, Israel.

Summer losses in milk production are usually related to the negative impact of summer heat stress on the lactating cow. Actually, this is true, due to the large negative effect of heat stress on feed consumption and the efficiency of feed utilization of the lactating cow, as well as on reproductive traits. Recently, it was found that also dry cows, although they are not producing milk, are negativ...

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Dr. Arabinda Kumar Saha Dr. Arabinda Kumar Saha
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine(DVM), Master of Public Health(MPH)
July 24, 2019
Very nice informative presentation on Dry cows cooling management with data. Cooling management is very much effective in temperate area and moderate temp. as well.
July 25, 2019
Nice one Dr
November 11, 2019
According to unpredictable changes in climate, last summer we experienced numerous heat stress in dairy farm in middle east and noticeable adverse effect of this issues were in both dry and close up cows.
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