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Heat stress in cattle becomes a billion-dollar grave

Heat stress due to climate change would severely affect beef production in Brazil.
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Heat stress due to climate change would severely affect beef production in Brazil.

The effects of climate change, especially heat stress in animals, could cost the cattle industry dearly. By the end of this century, farmers around the world face losses of about $15 billion to $40 billion per year, according to a modeling study.

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