Monday, February 10, 2020

Productivity increases when livestock passes less heat

When it gets hot, cattle feel and it reflects on production. That's why it's worth every effort to refresh the animals on a day-to-day basis. With fans and fresh water being spread in the environment, the herd enjoys. On josé Ricardo Vilkas' farm, R$ 700,000 was invested in equipment to give more comfort to the herd. José Ricardo explains that offering cooling can prevent productivity from falling from 20% to 30%. Before the assembly of the structure, with cattle grazing, the average was 25 liters per day in winter and 18 liters in summer. Today, daily production per cow is between 40 and 42 liters in winter and 39 liters in summer. What is tried to avoid is the so-called thermal stress, so harmful to the buoyant organism. In this case, it is also important to pay attention to food. When it gets hot, cattle feel and it reflects on production. That's why it's worth every effort to refresh the animals on a day-to-day basis. With fans and fresh water being spread in the environment, the herd enjoys. On josé Ricardo Vilkas' farm, R$ 700,000 was invested in equipment to give more comfort to the herd. José Ricardo explains that offering cooling can prevent productivity from falling from 20% to 30%. Before the assembly of the structure, with cattle grazing, the average was 25 liters per day in winter and 18 liters in summer. Today, daily production per cow is between 40 and 42 liters in winter and 39 liters in summer. What is tried to avoid is the so-called thermal stress, so harmful to the buoyant organism. In this case, it is also important to pay attention to food.
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