Effects of Saccharomyces cerevisiae on ruminal pH and microbial fermentation in lactating dairy cows. M. Thrune1, A. Bach2, M. Ruiz-Moreno1, M. D. Stern*1, and J. G. Linn1, 1University of Minnesota, St. Paul, 2IRTA-Unitat de Remugants, Spain.
Impacts of a Yucca schidigera extract on rumen fermentation and in vitro gas production and NDF digestion. M. D. Singer*1, P. H. Robinson1, A. Z. M Salem2, and E. J. DePeters1, 1University of California, Davis, 2University of Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt.
Yeast culture supplementation prevented milk fat depression from a fermentable carbohydrate challenge. R. A. Longuski*, Y. Ying, and M. S. Allen, Michigan State University, East Lansing.
The effect of yeast culture and enzymatically hydrolyzed yeast supplementation on performance of dairy cattle. J. E. Nocek*1, J. Oppy2, and M. G. Holt2, 1Spruce Haven Farm and Research Ctr, Auburn, NY, 2Varied Industries Corporation, Mason City, IA.
Effect of pasteurized waste milk, medicated milk replacer, mannan oligiosaccharide and enzymatically hydrolyzed yeast on neonatal calf performance. J. E. Nocek*1, J. Oppy2, and M. G. Holt2, 1Spruce Haven Farm and Research Ctr, Auburn, NY, Varied Industries Corporation, Mason City, IA.
Effects of feeding rumen-protected choline (RPC) on lactation and metabolism. F. S. Lima*1, M. F. Sa Filho1, L. F. Greco1, F. Susca1, V. J. A. Magalhaes1, J. Garrett2, and J. E. P. Santos1, 1Veterinary Medicine Teaching and Research Center, University of California Davis, Tulare, 2Balchem Corporation, Animal Nutrition & Health, New Hampton, NY.
Effect of feeding Fermenten® on the productivity of cows fed different concentrations of sucrose. G. B. Penner* and M. Oba, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Effect of monensin feeding and withdrawal on ruminal populations of individual bacterial species in cows fed high-starch diets. P. J. Weimer*1,2, D. M. Stevenson1, D. R. Mertens1, and E. E. Thomas3, 1United States Department of Agriculture, Madison, WI, 2University of Wisconsin, Madison, 3Elanco Animal Health, Inc., Greenfield, IN.
Effects of nitroethane and monensin on ruminal CH4 production and nitro-degrading bacterial populations in vitro. H. Gutierrez-Bañuelos*1, R. C. Anderson2, G. E. Carstens1, L .O. Tedeschi1, E. Cabrera-Diaz1, T. R. Callaway2, and D. J. Nisbet2, 1Texas A&M University, College Station,, 2USDA/ARS, Food & Feed Safety Research Unit, College Station, TX.
Effect of monensin concentration in starter feed on feed intake and growth of young dairy calves. E. E. Thomas*, Elanco Animal Health, Greenfield, IN.
Deactivation of aflatoxin B1 in animal feed by using a selected bentonite. G. Schatzmayr*1, S. Fruhauf , and E. Vekiru2, BIOMIN Research Center, Tulln, Austria, 2Christian Doppler Laboratory for Mycotoxin Research, Tulln, Austria.
Adding liquid feed while reducing non-fiber carbohydrates (NFC) enhances feed intake and milk fat production. J. L. Firkins*, C. Reveneau, L. E. Gilligan, and A. Sprunger, Ohio State University, Columbus.
Ruminant Nutrition Ruminal Fermentation - Dairy Chair: William Sanchez, Diamond V Mills, Inc. 217 D
The effects of feeding ground flaxseed on morbidity, mortality, and performance in receiving heifers and subsequent feedlot performance. M. J. Quinn*, E. S. Moore, B. E. Depenbusch, M. L. May, J. J. Higgins, and J. S. Drouillard, Kansas State University, Manhattan.
Effect of feeding das-59122-7 corn grain and non-transgenic corn grain to finishing feedlot steers. T. J. Huls*1, G. E. Erickson1, T. J. Klopfenstein1, M. K. Luebbe1, K. J. Vander Pol1, D. W. Rice2, B. L. Smith2, M. A. Hinds2, F. N. Owens2, and M. K. Liebergesell2, 1University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 2Pioneer Hi-Bred Internation, Inc., Johnston, IA.
SYMPOSIUM Teaching/Undergraduate & Graduate Education Visual Learning in Animal Science Chair: Patricia Schoknecht, Wagner College 204 A
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