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Using AI in very warm weather
The high temperature in Altus, OK, on April 1 was 98 degrees Fahrenheit. (No April Fool’s joke intended! It was just 93 degrees in Stillwater.) As the breeding season for spring calving herds is getting closer, understanding heat stress in cattle takes on increased importance.
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