According to university of Minnesota extension ag engineer Kevin Janni, the following signs mean your replacement calves and heifers should be able to comfortably handle the upcoming cold weather:

  • No cold air drafts on the animals.
  • A clean place to lie down.
  • Plenty of clean, dry bedding.
  • Plenty of fresh air.
  • Minimum frost or condensation during cold weather.

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