Ruminant Nutrition II

Section: Ruminant Nutrition
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Monday 2:00 PM–5:00 PM
Location: 321
Chair: Joseph McFadden, West Virginia University
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
2:00 PM
#256 Low and high methane emitting cows hold their ranking over different feeding strategies.
A. R. Bayat
2:15 PM
#257 Effects of feeding brown midrib dwarf pearl millet silage on lactational performance and enteric methane emission in dairy cows.
M. T. Harper
2:30 PM
#258 Assessing the potential of 3-nitrooxypropanol and canola oil alone and in combination to lower methane emissions from cattle and reduce their contribution to climate change.
M. L. Smith
2:45 PM
#259 Effect of pH and 22:6n-3 on in vitro biohydrogenation of 18:2n-6 by different ratios of Butyrivibrio fibrisolvens to Propionibacterium acnes.
L. Dewanckele
3:00 PM
#261 Altering the ratio of dietary C16:0 and cis-9 C18:1 interacts with production level in dairy cows: Effects on production responses and energy partitioning.
J. de Souza
3:15 PM
#260 Are EPA, DPA, and DHA equally effective to modulate ruminal biohydrogenation in cows? A comparative in vitro study.
P. G. Toral
3:30 PM
#262 Effects of timing of C16:0 supplementation on production and metabolic responses of early lactation dairy cows.
J. de Souza
3:45 PM
#264 Milk fat depression in dairy ewes fed marine lipids: What are the reasons behind individual variation?
P. G. Toral
4:00 PM
#263 Abomasal infusion with an exogenous emulsifier improves fatty acid digestibility and milk fat yield of lactating dairy cows.
J. de Souza
4:15 PM
#265 Effects of supplementation of oleic acid and stearic acid in low fat and high fat diets on milk performance of early lactation cows.
Y. T. Chen
4:30 PM
#266 Body temperature of corn- and wheat-fed dairy cows.
M. J. Auldist
4:45 PM
#267 Heat stress decreases transcription of protein metabolism-related genes in mammary tissue of middle lactating cows.
D. P. Bu