Forages and Pastures II

Section: Forages and Pastures
Format: Posters
Day/Time: Tuesday 7:30 AM–9:30 AM
Location: Exhibit Hall B
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
#T101
Establishment and production of ryegrass and clover in two Colombian highland regions.
C. Ariza-Nieto
#T102
Growth dynamic and chemical composition of kikuyu (Cenchrus clandestinum) in Colombian highland dairy systems.
C. Ariza-Nieto
#T103
Effectiveness of a chemical additive on improving the aerobic stability of air-stressed high-moisture corn submitted to aerobic spoilage at room and warm temperatures.
E. Benjamim da Silva
#T104
Effectiveness of a chemical additive on improving the aerobic stability of corn silage after short periods of ensiling.
E. Benjamim da Silva
#T105
Sensory additive effects on leucocyte and metabolic profile of grazing dairy cows.
F. Bargo
#T106
Effect of a homolactic inoculant alone and in combination with a heterolactic inoculant on the fermentation and aerobic stability of high-moisture corn.
M. L. Smith
#T107
Effect of a homolactic inoculant alone and in combination with a heterolactic inoculant on the fermentation and aerobic stability of snaplage.
M. L. Smith
#T108
Accuracy and precision of forage analysis by commercial laboratories.
J. Severe
#T109
Analysis of Japanese forages for undigested neutral detergent fiber composition.
K. Ishida
#T110
Carbon footprint of dairy production systems in Qu├ębec: Barley versus corn silage.
J. Guyader
#T111
Effect of seed variety and cutting date on nutritive values and in vitro digestibility of teff grass.
B. Saylor
#T112
Effect of homofermentative bacteria and cellulase addition to sugarcane at ensiling on silage chemical composition.
E. A. Collao-Saenz
#T113
Cell wall composition between and within phytomers of corn plants.
A. N. Brown
#T114
Yield and nutritive value of binary legume-grass mixtures under grazing or frequent cutting.
G. F. Tremblay
#T115
The effects of Lactobacillus buchneri and various air stresses on the fermentation and aerobic stability of corn silage.
R. M. Savage
#T116
The impact of storage strategy and time on the quality and dry matter loss of wet distillers grains.
O. Queiroz
#T117
Chemical composition and in vitro degradation kinetics of saboya grass (Panicum maximum Jacq.) silage with inclusion of tropical fruits by-products.
I. Espinoza
#T118
Effect of Lactobacillus buchneri 30319 alone or in combination with Lactobacillus plantarum 40027 (MTD/1) on the aerobic stability of high-moisture corn.
R. N. Mester
#T119
Tall fescue as an alternative to timothy silage fed with or without alfalfa to dairy cows.
A.-M. Richard
#T120
The use of the Cornell Net Carbohydrate and Protein System in corn silage hybrid testing programs.
A. B. Lawton
#T295
Effect of silage covering systems on fermentation, nutritional quality, and estimated organic matter loss of corn silage after 156 days of storage in a drive-over pile
D. Bu