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Dairy Resources

White Papers
Dairy Cooling: Benefits and Strategies by Ian Atkins, Christopher Choi, Brian Holmes
Dairy Cooling in Humid Subtropical Climates by Ian Atkins, Christopher Choi, Ray Bucklin
Dairy Cooling in Humid Continental Climates by Ian Atkins, Christopher Choi, Brian Holmes
Dairy Cooling in Arid and Semi-Arid Climates by Ian Atkins and Christopher Choi
Discuss heat stress characteristics and their effects on dairy production, and also the various
       systems and strategies now available for heat stress relief. 
FlipFan Dairy Cooling System White Paper
by: John F. Smith; S.D. Anderson; B.J. Bradford; J.P. Harner; C.B.
       Tucker; J.D. Allen; L.W. Hall; S. Rungruang; R.J. Collier, November 2011, shows the effects of adjustable
       and stationary fans coupled with misters on core body temperature and resting behavior of lactating
       dairy cows in a semi-arid climate. To request a copy, please email us using the Contact Us form and
       check the the box for "Yes, I am interested in the FlipFan White Paper" or give Customer Care a call
       at 1.800.779.3267.

Product booklet
Schaefer Dairy Cooling Equipment booklet

Heat Stress Prevention Kit (2001)
Why Cooling is Important/Heat Index Chart (2013)
Schaefer Cow Comfort Solutions - Dairy application photos throughout the United States

Published Articles
Flipping over new technology by Ron Goble, May 2012
Keep cool in mind, even as temperatures drop by James Kleinke, October 2013
Heat Stress: The bottom line by James Kleinke, May 2014
Herd Health: Heat Abatement by James Kleinke, June 2014
Is heat stressing your herd? by James Kleinke, July 2014
Ventilation still key - even during cooler weather by James Kleinke, October 2014
Maintenance is key element of successful heat abatement by James Kleinke, April 2015
How to mitigate your cows’ heat stress in the summer by James Kleinke, July 2015
Ventilation still key - en Français  by James Kleinke, September 2015
Prioritize you dairy's cooling and ventilation by James Kleinke, November 2015