How Technological Advances in the Dairy Industry Impact Cattle Wellbeing

North American Ag's Chrissy Wozniak talks with Dr. Amber Adams-Progar from the Department of Animal Sciences at Washington State University.

The Department of Animal Sciences at Washington State University offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs, has active extension programs, and conducts excellent fundamental and applied research that benefits many segments of society.

Dr. Adams-Progar's lab studies behavioral and physiological indicators of stress in dairy cattle to improve on-farm management practices. Their goal is to develop a better understanding of how production practices affect dairy cattle welfare and determine best management practices that promote better health, well-being, and performance in dairy cattle.

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