Low Stress Cattle Handling in Dairy Environments
- Date of Publication
- January 25, 2022
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Using low-stress methods of handling dairy cattle is efficient in terms of time and labor. This publication explains how cattle's natural instincts affect their responses, and ways handlers can use that knowledge to make handling easier and less stressful for the animals. (3 pages)
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