ADSA Southern Section Graduate Student Oral Competition

Section: ADSA Southern Section Oral Competition (Graduate)
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Monday 9:30 AM–11:15 AM
Location: 318
Chair: Stephanie Ward, NC State University
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
9:30 AM
#36 Significance of cow cooling practices and bulk tank milk quality parameters in southeastern United States dairy farms.
Z. Mason
9:45 AM
#37 Effects of feeding hull-less barley on production performance, milk fatty acid composition, and nutrient digestibility of lactating dairy cows.
Y. Yang
10:00 AM
#38 Effects of milk replacer feeding levels on performance and metabolism of pre-weaned dairy calves during summer.
R. M. Orellana
10:15 AM
#39 Effects of varying prepartum DCAD and calcium concentrations on pre- and postpartum mineral and metabolite concentrations.
A. L. Diehl
10:30 AM
#40 Efficacy of calcium montmorillonite clay at reducing aflatoxin transfer in lactating Holsteins fed a known concentration of aflatoxin.
S. C. Allen
10:45 AM
#41 Evaluation of low concentrations of rumen degradable protein in the diet of lactating dairy cows: A meta-analysis.
J. D. Kaufman
11:00 AM
#42 Comparing summer to winter ratios of milk production and SCS among states in the southeast United States.
J. Guinn