Thermal stress causes milk yield, progeny yield, and a decrease in the immune system in both milking and dry cows. Ambient temperature and humidity are the effects of dairy cows exposed to thermal stress. The harmful effects are on estrus, pregnancy rates and early embryo viability. These effects occur before milk yield decline, which is predicted to be 55-60 in the temperature-humidity index. In general, the decrease in milk yield does not occur until 36-48 hours after the onset of thermal stress. Each dairy sheep thermal strase does not respond in the same way and older dairy cattle are affected more severely than younger ones.more »
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In cattle heat is designed with the calculations required to eliminate stress.
It is now easier to maintain both animal health and better yield.
It is calculated for the health of the animal and the area is thrown by the heat automatic water spray system
Heat stress in dairy cattle reduces productivity.
Get 100% in the summer months you get in winter months.
It is very important for dry cows as well as for milk cows.