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Two Years After Birth, Cows from Heat-Stressed Cattle Produce Less Milk

Dan Dairy, Industry News Release, Research

If lactating dairy cattle get too hot, they don’t produce as much milk, and that can add up to economic losses of more than $1 billion a year in the U.S. alone, University of Florida researchers say. This loss can easily double if dry cows — those in late pregnancy that are not lactating — suffer from heat stress. That …