August 2016: Jennifer Phillips of Gansvoort Farm in Germantown, NY explains how variable weather and extreme weather events affect sheep farming. Gansvoort Farm is located in the Hudson Valley and specializes in 100% grass-fed lamb production.
Vulnerability Type: Heat Stress
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