Ruminant Nutrition: Forages

Section: Ruminant Nutrition (posters)
Format: Posters
Day/Time: Wednesday 7:30 AM–9:30 AM
Location: Exhibit Hall A
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
Effects of replacing alfalfa hay and whole corn silage with paper mulberry (Broussonetia papyrifera L.) silage in high lactating cow diets on dry matter intake, milk yield, and milk composition.
D. P. Bu
Effects of feeding floury and brown midrib whole-plant corn silage varieties from corn treated with foliar fungicide to lactating Holstein cows on nutrient digestibility.
L. J. Wente
Corn silage treated with the spent substrate from white rot mushroom culture to lactating goats.
B. C. Agustinho
Effects of alfalfa silage treated using different varieties of waste date on feed intake, nutrient digestibility and performance of Holstein lactating dairy cows.
B. Kim
Estimation of activity energy requirement for grazing dairy cows fed with different strategies.
D. Talmón
Comparison of the energy expenditure between grazing and idling activities in Holstein dairy cows during mid-lactation.
D. Talmón
Effect of grazing in energy partitioning of Holstein multiparous cows.
M. Carriquiry
Relationship between corn silage quality traits and dietary proportions on average yearly milk production and composition of Québec dairy farms: Exploratory research.
M. Leduc
Milk production performance and ruminal fermentation in lactating dairy cows fed processed oats grain in comparison with barley grain.
P. Yu
Midwestern US commercial dairy survey results: corn silage kernel processing, rumen starch digestibility and fecal starch content.
J. Goeser
Forced air versus microwave oven sample drying does not affect rumen starch digestibility, estimated by in situ rumen technique, for total mixed ration, corn silage, or high-moisture corn grain.
J. Goeser
Effects of drying method on nutrient composition, particle size, and in situ washout for corn silage.
N. Schlau
Differential responses of brown midrib (BMR) and non-BMR maize hybrids to ensiling, aerobic stability and inoculation with combination of heterofermentative lactic acid bacteria strains Lactobacillus buchneri and Lactobacillus hilgardii.
P. Drouin
Effects of forage particle size on intake, growth performance, and ruminal pH of Holstein dairy calves.
N. Bagheri