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A 100-Year Review: Stress Physiology Including Heat Stress

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Heat can affect all cows, which makes it the largest single stressor. However, more than 30 other stressors can affect cow performance and farm revenue. Researchers look back one century on stress physiology and effects on milk yield and reproduction. Published in the Journal of Dairy Science. Please contact your Jefo sales representative to learn more about this research.

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