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Fans, misters, shade, water help dairy cows handle heat

Issue Date: July 20, 2011
By Kathy Coatney

When summer temperatures exceed 100 degrees, dairy cows can become uncomfortable and dairy farmers focus on making sure their animals don't have heat stress.

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