Economics of Heat Stress: Implications for Management

Heat stress costs the American dairy industry approximately 1 billion dollars annually in production losses. Understanding the economic consequences of employing various strategies to reduce the effects of heat stress and how this affects the dairy farm’s profitability is important for producers to make economic decisions. Novel economic evaluation and approaches will be discussed to educate producers on cost effective strategies to improve summer fertility.

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Albert De Vries

Created by Nancy McGill

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