Dome Shelters and Other Ways to Protect Livestock from Heat Sickness
It is no secret that Australia is one of the biggest exporters of beef in the world. According to experts, Australia exported 2.2 million tonnes of beef, exporting 67 per cent of it to other countries. Considering how important beef is to Australia, it is only right that those in the beef industry do their part to protect their livestock from heatwaves, especially as numerous states reaching record-breaking temperatures of over 40°C.
Heat stress in cattle can have numerous negative side effects, including slower weight gain and male reproductive failure. As such, it is imperative for cattle farmers to install dome shelters on their land to give their livestock an escape from the heat.
Of course, it isn’t enough to simply place a dome shelter on your property and hope for the best. With that in mind, here are a few tips to help you make the most out of your new dome shelter. Read more from this blog:http://bit.ly/2mnEnvS