Suppose it applies to any of the udder-bearing critters, but after seeing dairy herds in areas where it snows in the winter, I got to wondering if frostbite in those exposed teats was ever an issue?
Our dairy herds are indoors in the winter, in a nice, cozy barn. With the pigs.
What good would it be to put them out to pasture if there is no pasture? Besides, they’d freeze their tits off.
Yes, frostbite sometimes afflicts cows. Here is a link that addresses this topic from North Dakota State University: Link.
Here is a link from the University of Minnesota on a related subject: Teat dipping.
Have a good day.
I see what you did there.
That’s just cold.