Arctic Cold Dangerous for Livestock

Kentucky is in the throes of an early season arctic blast that could cause problems for livestock operations. A blast of arctic air recently filtered into the lower Ohio Valley, resulting in highs only in the 20s for most Kentucky locations. These temperatures combined with gusty winds causes an extended period of livestock cold stress in the danger and emergency categories.

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