How does the heat effect your dairy herd?

Mild heat stress in your dairy herd can be begin when the Temperature Humidity Index (THI) is as low as 68. Once the (THI) reaches 80, moderate to severe heat stress begins. Decrease in milk production can begin at this time along with other negative impacts on your dairy herd.
To read more on how the hot summer temperatures can have an effect on your dairy herd click on the link below.


Internal and external parasites can cause unhealthy animals.  Whether you have a dog, a few goats, a couple horses or a large herd of cows having a scheduled parasite program is a must to keep you animals healthy.  The farm bureau has a complete line of worm medicines for internal parasites, as well as, fly and tick control for external parasites.
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