Ruminant Nutrition 7

Section: Ruminant Nutrition (orals)
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Wednesday 2:00 PM–5:15 PM
Location: Room 233
Chair: Kristen Glosson, Phibro Animal Health
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
2:00 PM
#534 The effects of isoenergetic high-starch or high-fat diets on energy and nitrogen partitioning and utilization in late-lactation Jersey cows.
D. L. Morris
2:15 PM
#535 Characterization of daily patterns within the rumen metaproteome of Holstein dairy cattle.
M. Honan
2:30 PM
#536 Postpartum ammoniated lactate supplementation altered gene expression to support hepatic metabolism.
R. Caputo Oliveira
2:45 PM
#537 Effects of rumen-protected capsicum alone or in a combination with an artificial sweetener on productivity and fat mobilization in early lactation dairy cows.
A. Melgar
3:00 PM
#538 Lactation performance of dairy cows fed rehydrated and ensiled corn grain differing in particle size and concentration in the diet.
M. N. Pereira
3:15 PM
#539 Effects of lecithin supplementation on milk production and circulating markers of metabolic health in Holstein cows.
A. B. P. Fontoura
3:30 PM
Afternoon Break
4:00 PM
#540 Effects of 3-nitrooxypropanol on enteric methane emission and lactational performance of dairy cows.
A. Melgar
4:15 PM
#541 Body condition score prior to parturition is associated with abundance of ruminal bacteria during the peripartal period in Holstein dairy cows.
A. Elolimy
4:30 PM
#542 Hindgut microbiome and metabolome in neonatal Holstein heifer calves with divergent residual feed intake during the preweaning period.
A. Elolimy
4:45 PM
#543 Evaluating heat stress response in lactating Holstein cows with supplementation of a feed additive during mid lactation.
M. Vander Poel
5:00 PM
#544 Growth performance, metabolic and rumen profile, and health of calves fed condensed whey solubles with starter pellets.
M. J. Della