The Dairy Heat Stress Road Show Comes to the VMTRC

Apr 10
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The Dairy Heat Stress Road Show packed out the CEP

Heat stress is responsible for reducing milk production and large declines in pregnancy rates during hot summer months.  The Dairy Heat Stress Road Show brings together experts who helped participants to understand strategies available to combat the effects of heat stress and improve cow comfort.

This seminar was made possible by an Agriculture and Food Research Initiative Competitive Grant from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.

Hard copies of the proceedings, both in English and Spanish are available.  Contacts are:

-in Tulare, Noelia Noelia Silva-del-Rio, DVM, PhD UC Davis Veterinary Medicine Dairy Extension Specialist VMTRC, 18830 Rd. 112 Tulare, CA, 93274 nsilvadelrio@ucdavis.edu 559-688-1731 x 255

-in Hanford, Carol Collar, UCCE dairy advisor in Kings County, ccollar@ucdavis.edu

Two talks are posted at: http://www.extension.org/pages/15830/archived-dairy-cattle-webinars

Two will be broadcast live, April 9th and April 23th at:  http://www.extension.org/pages/29156/upcoming-dairy-cattle-webinars. Later they will be archived on the above webpage.

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