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Production, Management & the Environment - Livestock and Poultry Livestock Production, Management, and Environment 214 B

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Effect of littered systems on pollutant emissions into the air in gestating sows. C. Pineiro*1, G. Montalvo2, P. Illescas2, and M. Bigeriego3, 1PigCHAMP Pro Europa, SA, Spain, 2Tragsega, Spain, 3Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Spain.

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Effect of different dietary strategies on productive performance and gas emissions in post-weaned piglets. G. Montalvo1, C. Pineiro*2, J. Morales2, S. Godbout3, S. P. Lemay3, M. Belzile3, J. Feddes , P. Illescas1, M. Bigeriego5, and C. de Blas6, Tragsega, Spain, 2PigCHAMP Pro Europa SA, Spain, 3IRDA, Canada, U. Alberta, Canada, 5Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Spain, 6UP Madrid, Spain.

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Cost of ammonia emissions abatement techniques in Spain. C. Pineiro*1, G. Montalvo2, P. Illescas2, and M. Bigeriego3, PigCHAMP Pro Europa, SA, Spain, 2Tragsega, Spain, 3Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Spain.

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Influence of diet and genotype on performance of weanling pigs destined for natural label or commodity pork markets. A. F. Harper* and M. J. Estienne, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg.

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Loading gantry versus traditional chute for the finisher pig: Effect on transportation and packing plant losses. N. Berry*, A. Johnson, K. Stalder, T. Baas, and L. Karriker, Iowa State University, Ames.

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Effect of autosort technology on pork production measures. J. M. Suchomel*, A. E. DeDecker, and J. L. Salak-Johnson, University of Illinois, Urbana.

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Characterization of the acute-phase protein response following vaccination and weaning in beef steers. R. F. Cooke*1, D. B. Araujo1, G. L. Stokka2, and J. D. Arthington1, 1University of Florida - RCREC, Ona, 2Pfizer Animal Health, New York, NY.

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Efficacy of chlorate against E. coli O157:H7 and Salmonella Typhimurium in bovine feedlot soil mixture. C. E. Oliver*1, B. K. Magelky2, M. L. Bauer1, J. S. Caton1, H. Hakk2, G. L. Larsen2, R. C. Anderson , and D. J. Smith2, 1North Dakota State University, Fargo, 2USDA/ARS Biosciences Research Laboratory, Fargo, ND, USDA/ARS Food & Feed Safety Research Unit, Southern Plains Agricultural Research Center, College Station, TX.

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Ruminant Nutrition Nutrition and Animal Health Chair: Marc Bauer, North Dakota State University

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Effects of winter feeding systems on cow performance, soil nutrients, and crop biomass. B. M. Kelln*1, H. A. Lardner1,2, J. Schoenau1, and K. Lang1, 1University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, 2Western Beef Development Centre, Lanigan, Saskatchewan, Canada.

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Incorporating condensed corn distillers solubles into an integrated pasture and drylot finishing system for feedlot steers. T. Purevjav*, M. P. Hoffman, and W. B. Roush, Iowa State University, Ames.

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Effects of pre-breeding target weight and progestin on reproduction, calving parameters, and rebreeding in beef heifers. J. L. Martin*, K. W. Creighton, J. A. Musgrave, D. C. Adams, and R. N. Funston, University of Nebraska West Central Research and Extension Center, North Platte.

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Simulation model of fat deposition and distribution in beef steers: 3. Model description and development. M. J. McPhee*1,2 J. W. Oltjen1, J. G. Fadel1, and R. D. Sainz1, 1University of California, Davis, 2NSW DPI, Armidale, Australia.

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Simulation model of fat deposition and distribution in beef steers: 4. Model evaluation. M. J. McPhee*1,2, J. W. Oltjen1, J. G. Fadel1, and R. D. Sainz1, 1University of California, Davis, 2NSW DPI, Armidale, Australia.

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Use of neonatal blood parameters to predict weaning weight in Brahman cattle. J. P. Banta*1, N. C. Burdick1, J. C. White1, R. C. Vann2, D. A. Neuendorff1, A. W. Lewis1, J. C. Laurenz1, T. H. Welsh, Jr.1, and R. D. Randel1, 1Texas A&M University System, Overton, College Station, Kingsville, 2Mississippi State University, Raymond.

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Effects of pre-shipping management on measures of performance and inflammation in beef calves entering a receiving feedlot. J. D. Arthington*1, X. Qiu1, R. F. Cooke1, D. B. Araujo1, C. C. Chase2, and S. W. Coleman2, 1University of Florida-IFAS, Range Cattle Research and Education Center, Ona, 2USDA-ARS, Brooksville, FL.

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Water solubility of phosphorus in feedlot cattle feces and manure. V. R. Bremer*, C. D. Buckner, G. E. Erickson, and T. J. Klopfenstein, University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

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Practices and perceptions of cow-calf producers regarding the National Animal Identification System. S. J. Breiner*1, D. A. Blasi1, K. M. Boone1, T. C. Schroeder1, and S. A. Grau2, 1Kansas State University, 2Beef Magazine.

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