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June 28, 2012MO | By: Fluker
With parts of Missouri seeing 100 plus degree weather, the risk of heat exhaustion could affect livestock and animals as well.
University of Missouri Extension Livestock Specialist, James Humphrey says there are several steps that can be taken, especially ensuring the animals have sufficient water and shade.