Virtual Conference
Nutrition 2022

Aamir Iqbal

Gomal University, Pakistan

Title: A Review- Heat Stress and Their Effect on Dairy Cows Nutrition

Abstract

In our review includes factors in?uencing heat stress in lactating dairy cows and how it affects milk production. High feed intake results in raised metabolic heat increment. High metabolic heat increment requires effective thermoregulatory mechanisms to maintain body temperature in a thermoneutral zone and in physiological homeostasis. Heat stress is complicated because the responses to heat stress affect not only the energy balance, but also water, sodium, potassium and chlorine metabolism. Plasma progesterone levels can be increased or decreased depending on whether the heat stress is acute or chronic. Water, sodium, potassium and chlorine are important constituents of sweat, and sweating is a major, if not the most important, thermoregulatory mechanism used to dissipate excess body heat. strategies to reduce heat stress must be developed to enable cows to express their full genetic potential.

Biography

Dr. Aamir Iqbal has completed his PHD at the age of 33 years from Afyon Kocatepe University, Turkey. He also got "Exemplary Ph.D. Student Award" from president of Turkey in the evaluation of the year 2020. He is the head of research laboratory and experimental dairy farm in the department of Animal Nutrition in Gomal University Dera Ismail Khan. He has over 26 publications that have been cited over 200 times and attend 32 international conferences on animal nutrition worldwide and published many book chapters. He has been serving as Member of Board of studies. He also got outstanding research award in XIV. International Conference on Monogastric Animal Nutrition Lisbon, Portugal.