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Extreme winter cold, wind can hurt bull reproduction

Mar 7, 2014
The sub-zero temperatures and persistent winds that pushed wind chills into the 30-50 degrees below zero range, affecting a large swath of the country this winter, also raised the potential for scrotal frostbite in bulls, according to a beef cattle expert from Ohio State University’s (OSU) College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.

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