When temperatures rise cattle can be negatively affected.

When temperatures rise cattle can be negatively affected.

Dr. Bob Larson

Angus Journal

Almost every summer, a portion of the United States suffers from a period of extreme heat and humidity that can cause health and production problems for cattle. Cattle are very susceptible to heat stress and can start to show signs of discomfort if the temperature-humidity index reaches 80 or higher.

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