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Good management can reduce incidence of heat stress in cattle
“Cattle have an upper critical temperature that is approximately 20 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than humans,” said Greg Highfill, Oklahoma State University (OSU) Cooperative Extension area livestock specialist. “When we’re uncomfortable at 80 degrees and feel hot at 90 degrees, cattle may well be in the danger zone for extreme heat stress.
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