Moving Michigan dairy farms towards climate and weather resiliency (Grazing)DOWNLOAD
As temperatures rise, effectively managing heat stress in grazing dairy cattle becomes a priority for farmers and ranchers. Heat stress has detrimental effects on the health and productivity of cows, making it essential to implement strategies that minimize its impacts. In this printable document, we will present key aspects of heat stress and explore heat abatement strategies designed to help cows cope with it. Farmers can ensure their herds' well-being, productivity, and optimal welfare by employing these research-based strategies.