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Between 2008 and 2013 six studies were conducted by the University of Florida.
All showed a higher milk yield in cows cooled during the dry period compared to non-cooled dry period cows.
The increase in milk ranged from 5.1 to 16.5 pounds per day
In addition to the increased milk production, cooled cows
- consumed more feed at calving,
- the birth weights of calves were approximately 13 pounds heavier
- the weaning weights were 27.7 pounds heavier
The Dry Cow Barn is the second most important place (after the Holding Pen) to cool your cows.
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