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Animal Science Image Gallery – A Source for poultry images. J. B. Hess* and W. D. Berry, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

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National training program on depopulation and disposal procedures for avian influenza infected poultry flocks: An extension success story. G. Malone*1 and N. Tablante2, 1University of Delaware, Georgetown, 2University of Maryland, College Park.

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Educating livestock producers on the impacts of temporary feeding sites by the use of a novel mobile rain fall demonstration trailer. K. W. Harborth*, J. M. DeRouchey, T. T. Marston, and J. P. Harner, Kansas State University, Manhattan.

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The effect of tillage practice and corn stalk grazing on crop yields. W. A. Griffin*1, T. J. Klopfenstein1, G. E. Erickson1, W. Luedtke2, and M. A. Schroeder2, 1Universtiy of Nebraska, Lincoln, 2Agricultural Research and Development Center, Ithaca, NE.

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Evaluation of storage methods for wet distillers grains plus solubles with forages and byproducts in silo bags and bunker silos. D. R. Adams*, T. J. Klopfenstein, and G. E. Erickson, University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

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Evaluating the Alabama beef quality assurance program. W. F. Owsley*, H. D. Dorough, and J. D. Gladney, Auburn University, Auburn.

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Evaluation of a total ranch management workshop as an educational tool to transfer technology in Mexico. R. Teliz- Triujeque* , R. H. Williams2, J. A. Ortega-Santos2, C. W. Hanselka3, E. A. Gonzalez-Valenzuela1, J. A. Hinojosa2, and R. L. Stanko , INIFAP, Mexico, 2Texas A&M University, Kingsville, 3Texas Cooperative Extension, Corpus Christi.

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Summary of the 2004 – 2005 University of Georgia Master Cattlemen's Programs. T. W. Wilson*1, J. E. Rossi1, R. C. Lacy1, M. E. Pence1, J. Andrea2, R. E. Silcox1, D. Ensley1, R. L. Stewart1, J. W. Worley1, N. C. Hinkle1, and J. C. McKissick1, 1The University of Georgia, Tifton, 2Clemson University, Clemson, SC.

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Copper and Cu/Zn superoxide dismutase status in steers grazing three fescue types. R. L. Stewart, Jr*, G. Scaglia, W. S. Swecker, Jr., J. P. Fontenot, A. O. Abaye, J. H. Fike, M. A. McCann, and E. A. Wong, Virginia Polytechnic and State University, Blacksburg.

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Effects of clipping and implants on rates of hair growth and sweating, and rectal temperature of steers grazing endophyte- infected tall fescue. L. K. McClanahan*1 and G. E. Aiken2, 1University of Kentucky, Lexington, 2USDA-ARS, Forage- Animal Production Research Unit, Lexington, KY.

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Comparison of novel endophyte tall fescues for stocker cattle in southern Arkansas. P. A. Beck*1, C. B. Stewart1, D. Singh2, and S. A. Gunter1, 1University of Arkansas SWREC, Hope, 2Barenbrug USA, Tangent, OR.

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Supplementation of digestible fiber and glucomannan to tall fescue pastures: performance, forage availability, and prolactin response. R. L. Mills*1,2, C. J. Richards2, F. N. Schrick1, and J. C. Waller1, 1The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater.

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Performance of primiparous beef cows grazing bahiagrass pastures with three rates of soybean hull supplementation. J. M. B. Vendramini* and J. D. Arthington, Range Cattle Research and Education Center - University of Florida, Ona.

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Grazing efficiency in free range Merino sheep. W. M. Rauw*1, H. A. Glimp1, W. Jesko2, M. Sandstrom1, and L. Gomez- Raya1, 1Department of Animal Biotechnology, University of Nevada Reno, Reno, 2Rafter 7 Ranch, Yerington, NV.

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Glycerol as a supplemental energy source for meat goats. K. R. Hampy*, K. P. Coffey, D. W. Kellogg, E. B. Kegley, J. D. Caldwell, M. S. Lee, M. S. Akins, J. L. Reynolds, J. C. Moore, and K. D. Southern, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.

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Effects of level of concentrate supplementation on nutrient digestion of lactating dairy cows grazing at two pasture allowances. T. H. Garmo, H. Volden, S. J. Krizsan*, and S. K. Nes, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, Norway.

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Effect of daily herbage allowance and concentrate level, offered at different stages of lactation, on milk production, dry matter intake, blood metabolites, bodyweight and body condition score. E. Kennedy*1,2, M. O'Donovan1, F. O'Mara2, and

Forages and Pastures - Livestock and Poultry Grazing Chair: Glen Aiken, USDA-ARS 214 B

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