ADSA Graduate Student (MS) Production Oral Competition

Section: ADSA Production MS Oral Competition (Graduate)
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Monday 9:30 AM–12:30 PM
Location: 309
Chair: Heather Dann, Miner Institute
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
9:30 AM
#24 Qualitative analysis of nine forage mixtures designed for southeastern US organic dairy production.
H. R. Bailey
9:45 AM
#25 Productivity of lactating dairy cows fed diets with teff hay as the sole forage.
B. Saylor
10:00 AM
#26 Transient effects of supplemental potassium and magnesium in lactating dairy cattle.
A. W. Tebbe
10:15 AM
#28 Feeding 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 increases mineral concentrations and decreases severity of mastitis in lactating dairy cows.
M. B. Poindexter
10:30 AM
#29 The development of a decision support tool to determine optimal economic treatment decisions by causative mastitis pathogen.
D. T. Nolan
10:45 AM
#30 Nutrient restriction increases circulating and hepatic ceramide in dairy cows displaying impaired insulin tolerance.
A. N. Davis
11:00 AM
#31 Does the partial mixed ration (PMR) energy density interact with the amount of concentrate offered in an automated milking system (AMS)?
S. B. Menajovsky
11:15 AM
#32 Using in-line milk progesterone data to characterize luteal activity parameters associated with reduced fertility in dairy herds.
T. C. Bruinje
11:30 AM
#33 Genome-wide association analysis and genomic heritability for anti-Müllerian hormone in Holstein dairy heifers.
M. Y. Nawaz
11:45 AM
#34 Growth and metabolic pathways are impacted by milk replacer dietary energy in pre-weaned Holstein heifers.
C. E. Owens
12:00 PM
#35 The effect of limit-feeding hay on rumen development in pre-weaned Jersey calves.
D. E. McCurdy