Its been an unusually cool and wet summer in many parts of the nation but it appears summer heat and humidity have finally arrived That has concerns about heat stress in cattle on the top of cattlemens minds reports KIWA radio in Sheldon IA Matt Deppe CEO of the Iowa Cattlemens Association says that compared with other animals cattle rely on respiration more than sweating to cool down Wind and cool nights can help but when temperatures and humidity are high producers must also consi
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