Jul 28, 2017
It is getting warm
The cows much prefer cool weather to hot, thus this time of year can be a bit tough for them. You see, cows wear a leather coat all year long, thus when it gets to 90 degrees and above, they get really warm, eat less, drink less, etc.
We are so fortunate to have some wonderful barns for them to come inside and cool off in. In these barns, the temperature is about 20 degrees cooler than outside. They enjoy huge, and some small, fans, water sprinklers and a lot of clean water and good food.
As you can imagine this is the location of choice for our bovine friends during this time of year.
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