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Heat stress may cut calf crop next spring

Summer heat stress in cow herds may not show up until much later—at calving time, a University of Missouri Extension specialist told the crowd at the MU Greenley Center field day, Aug. 9.

"I expect to get calls next spring from producers saying that their cows just quit calving," said Zac Erwin, livestock specialist, Monticello.

Heat stress affects both cows and bulls during breeding season. Bulls go bad, failing to

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