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Environmental physiology with special reference to domestic animals. 9. Milk production and feed and water consumption responses of Brahman, Jersey, and Holstein cows to changes in tem-perature, 50 degrees to 105 degrees F. and 50 degrees to 8 degrees F. (Univ. Missouri Agric. Exp. Stat. Res. Bull. No. 460)



Environmental physiology with special reference to domestic animals. 9. Milk production and feed and water consumption responses of Brahman, Jersey, and Holstein cows to changes in tem-perature, 50 degrees to 105 degrees F. and 50 degrees to 8 degrees F. (Univ. Missouri Agric. Exp. Stat. Res. Bull. No. 460)



Environmental physiology with special reference to domestic animals 9. Milk production and feed and water consumption responses of Brahman, Jersey, and Holstein cows to changes in tem-perature, 50 degrees to 105 degrees F. and 50 degrees to 8 degrees F, Univ. Missouri Agric. Exp. Stat



Paired-control experiments with 2 Jersey, 2 Holstein and 2 Brahman cows over environmental temperature ranges of 50 degrees to 105 degrees F. and 50 degrees to 8 degrees F. showed that optimum temperature for milk production in cows of European breeds was from 40 degrees to 70 degrees F., with a more rapid decline in production above 70 degrees F. than below 40 degrees F., and that Jerseys were more affected than Holsteins at low temperatures.

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