What is it about?
this study was conducted to examine if cortisol levelsin hair and serum serotonin levels in heat-stressedlactating cows alters between black and white coatcolor cows, and the possibility of a difference incortisol levels between hair color local samples.
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Why is it important?
Because coat and hair color may affect the stress level (heat stress) by the animals, it would result in the alteration in the animals production quality.
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This page is a summary of: Coat and hair color: hair cortisol and serotonin levels in lactating Holstein cows under heat stress conditions, Animal Science Journal, July 2016, Wiley, DOI: 10.1111/asj.12662.
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