Ruminant Nutrition 6: Fiber and Fermentation

Section: Ruminant Nutrition (orals)
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Wednesday 9:30 AM–12:30 PM
Location: Room 233
Chair: Jill Anderson, South Dakota State University
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
9:30 AM
#487 Effects on fermentation and aerobic stability of a dual-strain inoculant during the early stage of alfalfa silage fermentation.
G. Copani
9:45 AM
#488 Dissociation of CoEDTA and CrEDTA digesta markers under reducing conditions.
M. B. Hall
10:00 AM
#489 Unveiling the relationships between diet composition and fermentation parameters response in dual-flow continuous culture system: A meta-analytical approach.
V. Brandao
10:15 AM
#490 Lipopolysaccharide stimulates growth of bacteria that contribute to rumen acidosis.
X. Dai
10:30 AM
#491 Comparison of noninvasive ruminal sampling techniques to standard cannula sampling method for ruminal microbial analysis.
D. Pitta
10:45 AM
#492 Effects of simple monosaccharides on in vitro NDF digestibility, pH, and volatile fatty acids.
M. Nampasa
11:00 AM
#493 Assessing different branched-chain VFA combinations on NDF degradation and VFA production in vitro.
Y. Roman-Garcia
11:15 AM
#494 Increased high-moisture alfalfa hay preservation, in vitro ruminal degradability, fermentability, and decreased proteolysis with the novel use of paper mill byproducts.
D. C. Reyes
11:30 AM
#495 Effects of branched-chain VFA and branched-chain AA supplementation on NDF degradation and VFA production in vitro.
Y. Roman-Garcia
11:45 AM
#496 Factors associated with the digestibility of alfalfa and corn silage on dairy farms.
J. C. Plaizier
12:00 PM
#497 Simulating precision feeding of high and low forage diets with increasing poultry fat inclusion alter fermentation in continuous culture.
S. M. Hussein
12:15 PM
#498 Relation of branched-chain VFA supplementation with solids passage rate and pH on NDF degradation and microbial function in continuous culture.
Y. Roman-Garcia