Summer heat; How hot is too hot?
All good stockmen are aware heat stress can be a problem in livestock as the summer heats up, but not all are aware that other factors can enter the equation besides the thermometer reading. These same factors can be dangerous to the people who handle the livestock as well, but we can do things that help to compensate for the danger.
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