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Heat Stress Management

Heat stress and cooling effects on dairy farm economics. Part 2 – the economic benefits of cooling the cows in the summer.

Israel Flamenbaum

The implementation of an intensive cooling system in a large scale dairy farm in South Russia

Israel Flamenbaum

The use of the “summer to winter ratio” index, to assess the effect of summer heat stress on the performance of dairy cows in different regions of the USA

Israel Flamenbaum

The relationship between hours per day above THI threshold and cow’s performance, under Israeli summer

Israel Flamenbaum

Not necessary high milk production needs to be related to lower fertility under heat stress conditions

Israel Flamenbaum

Not necessary high milk production needs to be related to lower fertility under heat stress conditions

Israel Flamenbaum

The economic benefits of cooling dry cows

Israel Flamenbaum

The cows calving in early summer need to be in proper body condition, in addition to be intensively cooled

Israel Flamenbaum

The use of Intra-vaginal data loggers to improve the effectiveness of cooling treatment to dairy cows

Israel Flamenbaum

Thoughts and insights on some factors that can affect the effectiveness of heat stress mitigation in dairy farms

Israel Flamenbaum

Zeelim dairy farm in the south Israel succeeds “beating the summer”

Israel Flamenbaum

The negative impact of extreme heat wave on the performance of dairy cows in Israel

Israel Flamenbaum

La Cantabra dairy farm in the north of Mexico a look after six years of implementing an intensive cooling system

Israel Flamenbaum

Do we need to cool heifers too?

Israel Flamenbaum

More than one summer is needed to cool cows properly

Israel Flamenbaum
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