by: Dr. Brandi Bourg Karisch
Extension Beef Cattle Specialist Mississippi State University
As we approach the heat of the summer months, many producers are battling the heat and humidity that is an integral part of life in the south. Summer brings with it rising temperatures and typically decreasing animal performance. The heat isn't the only thing to blame for this decline in animal performance. Summer also typically brings a decline in pasture performance as well. This decline applies to not only stocker cattle, but also pre-weaned calves as well.
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