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Heat-stressed cows could have premature calves

Missouri farmers have been cautioned to watch for premature births of calves caused by heat stress on pregnant cows.

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“Pregnant cows under stress need to be watched closely,” said David Patterson MU beef production specialist.

Cows stressed by recent extreme heat can cause them to deliver calves early.


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