Ruminant Nutrition: Calf and Heifer Nutrition

Section: Ruminant Nutrition (posters)
Format: Posters
Day/Time: Monday 7:30 AM–9:30 AM
Location: Exhibit Hall A
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
Effect of weaning program and milk feeding level on the solid feed intakes and growth of dairy calves.
S. D. Parsons
Whole corn grain or hay as fiber source on ruminal fermentation and performance of milk-fed dairy calves.
A. F. Toledo
Behavior, ruminal and metabolic indicators of transition in calves fed different levels of NDF in the solid diet.
A. F. Toledo
Effects of increasing dietary hay inclusion on performance and digestion of Holstein calves from 2 to 4 months of age.
K. Aragona
Maternal supplementation of rumen-protected lysine and methionine during the close-up period improves the nutritional status of Holstein calves.
Y. Sugimoto
Fluid- and solid-associated rumen microbial ecology changes with heifer age.
L. Cersosimo
The effects of supplementation of sodium butyrate on growth performance of newborn calves.
D. P. Bu
Effect of supplementation of Schizochytrium sp. on the growth performance of dairy calves.
D. P. Bu
Offering drinking water from birth increased species richness in the gut of neonate dairy heifer calves.
H. K. J. P. Wickramasinghe
Application of partial least squares regression to predict feed intake using feeding behavior traits in growing Holstein heifers.
J. R. Johnson
Supplementation of lysolecithin in the milk replacer for dairy calves: Effects on performance.
A. F. Toledo
Effects of dietary 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 on vitamin D status and growth of dairy heifer calves.
T. L. Williams
Effect of different times of super-conditioning in pelleted starter on nutrient digestibility and performance of pre-weaned calves.
B. Kim
Effects of feeding 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 versus vitamin D3 to dairy calves: Effects on growth and serum concentrations of vitamin D metabolites and minerals.
T. L. Williams
Evaluation of milk replacer feeding rates on Holstein calves via a meta-analytical approach: 1. Effect on digestion and growth from 0 to 2 months of age.
W. Hu
Body weight and skeletal growth in pre-weaned dairy calves fed organic-certified milk replacer.
M. Ghelichkhan
Evaluation of milk replacer feeding rates on Holstein calves via a meta-analytical approach: 2. Carry-over effect on digestion and growth from 2 to 4 months of age.
W. Hu
Effects of dietary vitamin D3 or 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 on mineral metabolism in growing calves.
R. Zimpel
The effects of supplementation of Yucca on growth performance and health condition of newborn calves.
D. P. Bu
Effects of feeding a flaxseed supplement in the transition period on milk production, fatty acid concentration in milk and plasma, incidence of disease postpartum and reproductive function in dairy cows and heifers.
F. A. Gambonini
Development of a model to predict nutrient requirements in pre-ruminant dairy calves up 105 kg of BW.
R. A. Molano
Performance and health of dairy calves fed milk replacers at a conventional or accelerated feeding rate supplemented with different fat sources.
H. Chester-Jones
Unprotected choline chloride in a dual-flow continuous culture system improves propionate concentration from low NDF diets.
J. A. Arce-Cordero