An optimal living environment for dairy cattle requires a good climate. After all, a pleasant barn climate contributes to healthy and productive cows. In order to prevent heat stress, ventilation is particularly important at high temperatures. At temperatures above 22ºC, cows eat less and milk production decreases. Other side effects of heat stress include fertility problems, reduced resistance and a higher risk of mastitis.
These problems can be prevented by blowing refreshing air around the cows. This reduces the apparent temperature and safeguards your cattle's milk production. A minimum air velocity of 2 m/s is essential to achieve this effect.
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