Make certain that cows are allowed access to shade and adequate air movement
Typical Oklahoma summer weather can fit the description of potential heat stress, where many days in a row can exceed 95° and night time lows are often close to 80°. Many hours of the day can be quite hot and cause the slightest rise in body temperature of cattle. Research conducted several years ago at Oklahoma State University illustrated the possible impact of heat stress of beef cows on their reproductive capability.
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