All too soon, mild fall temperatures will give way to cold winter conditions. Dairy producers should be thinking ahead to that, and planning winter protection for newborn dairy calves. This week, Kansas State University dairy specialist Mike Brouk suggests several things to line out now, to assure those calves withstand the cold without undue stress and health challenges.
Planning winter protection for newborn dairy calves
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