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ducing group. Bailey
adds that these are “in
no order of priority as
they are all a ﬁ rst prior-
properly. Detect and ﬁ x any breaks in the
line. 5) Make sure you’re providing enough
fans and soakers in the holding pen, a
potential hostile heat stress environment for
cows. I To contact Tom Bailey,
Bailey also stresses the need for adequate DVM, Elanco, e-mail him
cooling measures in the close-up pen, fresh at: bailey_thomas_l@
group, transition cow pen and the high-pro- elanco.com.
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CJ Tanderup, left, explains the Alltech Farm layout
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