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Great Royaldevon 2020-02-15 2:28

Hello Jorge,

The change is dramatic!
Thank you for including the w/s so that we can make rapid comparisons.
It looks as if there are many calves present at this time.
Again, you have used the fence well, for good composition.

I was horrified to learn that that many cows can be killed by the onset of freezing temperatures. It will be a great loss to the farmers!

My warm regards,
Bev :-)

Old 02-15-2020, 12:47 PM
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the low temperatures of the frost itself don't kill them, they are very strong animals.
they only dies if there is a terrible change of temperature and they don't have a group of trees to be protected under them. I remember an old news in Mato grosso do sul state, in a day temperature was around 32 celsius at afternoon and in the next morning it was near zero, the rancher lost hundreds of animals because that pasture had no trees for them be protected..
curious as the cows produce more calves in the worst season of the year, when there isn't good pastures and temperatures are low.

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