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Predict and act: Heat stress management made better

Published on: 09/11/2021
Author/s : Mohamed Mammari, PhD, Global Program Manager, Phileo by Lesaffre.

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, health and welfare is needed. The key lies in prediction tools in combination with target nutritional solutions.Heat stress management in farm animals is on the industry’s radar for many...

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September 11, 2021
worth reading article
September 13, 2021
Hafiz Wasi Muhammad Khan Thank you.
Dr. Arabinda Kumar Saha Dr. Arabinda Kumar Saha
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine(DVM), Master of Public Health(MPH)
September 23, 2021
Thanks, an important article in dairy production and economics as well, especially for tropical regions.
September 29, 2021
Dr. Arabinda Kumar Saha Thanks Dr for your feedback. You're welcome.
September 28, 2021
Thank you for this very helpful information.
September 29, 2021
Elizabeth M Branson-Johann Thanks. You're welcome.
Dr Muhammad Ramzan Dr Muhammad Ramzan
DVM. M. Phil
January 3, 2022
Well researched and informative.it will definitely help the farmer.
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