Kentucky's Livestock Get Early Dose of Heat Stress

With above-average June temperatures, Kentucky's livestock are dealing with heat stress conditions earlier than usual. Tom Priddy, extension agricultural meteorologist and University of Kentucky (UK) Ag Weather Center director, said high temperatures

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