Ruminant Nutrition 5: Fat and Lipid Metabolism

Section: Ruminant Nutrition (orals)
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Tuesday 2:00 PM–5:30 PM
Location: Junior Ballroom D
Chair: Joseph McFadden , Cornell University
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
2:00 PM
#420 Abomasal infusion of different exogenous emulsifiers alters fatty acid digestibility and milk fat yield of lactating dairy cows.
C. M. Prom
2:15 PM
#421 Effect of olive oil and hydrogenated vegetable oil supplementation on rumen bacterial composition in dairy cows.
N. Cancino-Padilla
2:30 PM
#422 Effect of palmitic acid-enriched supplements containing stearic or oleic acid on nutrient digestibility and production responses of low- and high-producing dairy cows.
A. M. Burch
2:45 PM
#423 Altering the ratio of dietary palmitic and oleic acids impacts nutrient digestibility and energy intake in early lactation dairy cows.
J. de Souza
3:00 PM
#424 Dietary fatty acid composition alters digestibility and digestible energy intake in lactating dairy cows.
J. de Souza
3:15 PM
#425 Palmitic fatty acid dosed in continuous culture fermenters increases fiber digestibility estimates.
B. Wenner
3:30 PM
Afternoon Break
4:00 PM
#426 Effects of fatty acid and one-carbon donor abomasal infusates on hepatic ceramide and phosphatidylcholine levels in lactating dairy cows.
W. A. Myers
4:15 PM
#427 Effects of abomasal infusions of fatty acids and one-carbon donors on the plasma and muscle metabolome of lactating cows.
J. E. Rico
4:30 PM
#428 High oleic soybeans increase milk fat yield at high and low inclusion levels.
K. Harvatine
4:45 PM
#429 Effect of oleic acid and lecithin in saturated fatty acid supplements on production and nutrient digestibility in lactating dairy cows.
R. Shepardson
5:00 PM
#430 Simulating precision feeding of high concentrate diets with high fat inclusion and different unsaturated fat sources in continuous culture fermentors.
S. M. Hussein
5:15 PM
#431 Production responses to increasing levels of calcium salts of palm fatty acids in dairy cows grazing tropical pastures.
J. M. dos Santos Neto