Animal Agriculture in a Changing Climate
Livestock throughout the country are likely to be affected by climate change through direct and indirect pathways. For example, projections show an increase in the frequency of days with extreme heat, potentially impacting dairy cow milk production, poultry egg production, and overall animal well-being. Cornell University is part of a national project working to increase education and advice to livestock and poultry producers. The National Animal Agriculture in a Changing Climate project offers resources and a climate change course outlining the impacts of climate change on animal agriculture.
Developer: USDA, Animal Agriculture in a Changing Climate (AACC)
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