Ruminant Nutrition: Digestion and Metabolism

Section: Ruminant Nutrition (posters)
Format: Posters
Day/Time: Tuesday 7:30 AM–9:30 AM
Location: Exhibit Hall A
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
Estimating daily energy flows in freestall-housed dairy cattle with automated data collection.
P. M. Kedzierski
Evaluation of two pH strips on urine from multiparous Holstein cows fed a partially acidified diet prepartum.
L. K. Fehlberg
Evaluation of the effects of feeding solvent-extracted carinata meal to dairy cows on lactation performance.
R. D. Lawrence
Effect of fresh unsalable grocery waste substituted for corn grain on production in lactating dairy cows.
K. Harvatine
The rumen degradability of palm date seeds when treated with sodium hydroxide and ultrasound processing.
A. Aboragah
Liver composition of dairy cows in two contrasting feeding strategies.
M. GarcĂ­a-Roche
Effects of increasing exogenous carbohydrases levels on intake, milk yield and composition, and production efficiency of dairy cows.
C. Cortinhas
Addition of grape marc to dairy sheep diet improves milk yield and affects oxidative status of animals.
A. Nudda
Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) as a replacement for wheat straw in lactating dairy cow rations.
B. R. Lemay
Effects of metritis treatment strategies on metabolites and rumination and activity of dairy cows.
V. R. Merenda
Energy utilization in lactating Jersey cows consuming a mixture of distillers dried grains with solubles and straw in replacement of alfalfa hay.
A. L. Knoell
Differences in mammary gland uptake of post-absorptive energy metabolites may contribute to residual feed intake variation.
M. J. Martin
Methyl donor supplementation strategy in fresh cows.
A. Park
Effect of adding water to a high-straw dry cow diet on the intake and behavior of Holstein dairy cows.
C. Havekes
Effect of wheat straw chop length in high-straw dry cow diets on intake, behavior, and health of dairy cows across the transition period.
C. Havekes
Using National Research Council equations to estimate respiratory carbon dioxide output in dairy cattle.
G. C. Reyes
Effects of feeding blend pellet products (based on pulse screenings, feed additive, carinata meal, and canola meal) on lactational performance in high-producing dairy cows.
P. Yu