Heat stress could vastly impact meat and milk production in East Africa

heat stress could vastly impact meat and milk production in east africa

Countries need to breed livestock which can adapt to increasingly warm temperatures to maintain meat and milk production, according to researchers.

Researchers say the problem could be most acute in South Sudan among other countries in East Africa

New research published in Nature Food warns that heat stress in animals caused by rising temperatures and humidity will occur more frequently and for longer periods, impacting milk and m

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