Production, Management, and the Environment 3

Section: Production, Management and the Environment (orals)
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Wednesday 9:30 AM–12:00 PM
Location: Room 264
Chair: Todd Callaway, University of Georgia
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
9:30 AM
#478 Late-gestation heat stress impairs performance of daughters and granddaughters.
A. K. Almeida
9:45 AM
#479 Heat stress alters expression of stress and immune response genes in leukocytes of lactating cows.
T. B. McFadden
10:00 AM
#480 When do dry cows get heat stressed? Correlations of rectal temperature, respiration rate, and performance.
I. M. Toledo
10:15 AM
#481 Progesterone based synchronization following Quick-resynch protocol improves cumulative pregnancy rate in lactating dairy cows.
A. H. Shahzad
10:30 AM
10:45 AM
#482 The effect of milk predicted transmitting ability and concentrate supplementation level on milk production and composition in late-lactation spring-calving grazing dairy cows.
M. J. Doran
11:00 AM
#483 Perception of sustainability of dairy producers in Chile.
P. Toro-Mujica
11:15 AM
#484 Antibiotic use in cubicle housing and freewalk barn systems.
A. Kuipers
11:30 AM
#485 Electrical energy consumption in four commercial Midwest dairy barns.
K. Sharpe
11:45 AM
#486 Completeness of reporting of experiments: REFLECTing on a year of animal trials in the Journal of Dairy Science.
C. B. Winder