SDSU Advises On Response, Recovery From Heat Stress In Feedlots

July 2011
BEEF Exclusive Insight;7/25/2011, p4
This article suggests ways for assisting cattle that did not perish in the extreme heat and humidity in the U.S. state of South Dakota such as to bring the cattle's intakes back up slowly to readapt them and recover from previous heat load.


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