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Effect of drinking time on thermoregulatory responses in dairy cattle

, : Effect of drinking time on thermoregulatory responses in dairy cattle. Sustainable animal production and the environment Proceedings of the 7th AAAP Animal Science Congress, Bali, Indonesia, 11-16 July, 1994 Volume 2: contributed papers: 245-246

Two heifers and a yearling bull were given 10 litres of water at 06.00, 12.00 and 18.00 h. Physiological responses were measured before drinking and 30, 90 and 150 minutes after drinking. Respiration rate and rectal temperature increased after drinking, but returned to pre-drinking values after 150 min.

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