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Israel Flamenbaum The easy answer to that is no cooling - just good common sense when it comes to barn design and animal husbandry.
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Participation in Forum on April 9, 2019
It's recommended as an idea temperature for lactating cows is around 25°C however it is achieved. Barn housed cows must have the right ventilation and a high roof and at the correct degree of +/- 13%. Slurry removal is critical to keep methane gas to a minimum and the barn must have plenty of fresh clean water. In South Africa we have experienced some 10 to 12% increase in milk production.
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