SwineCast Update for July 21, 2011, Seeking Genetic Tolerance To PRRSv

The midwest is experiencing high heat and humidity this summer. These high temperatures not only make you feel terrible but your livestock can feel bad too. It is important to keep an eye on the animals and take action before they start to get heat stress.

Dr. Mark Whitney provides a document, "Minimizing Heat Stress in Pigs During the Summer", with guidelines on identifying optimum swine temperature ranges and tactics to keeping the pigs cool.

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