Introduction to Symposium. D. Bohnert, Oregon State University.
Utilizing fats and carbohydrates in forage-based diets for lactating cows. M. S. Allen*, Michigan State University, East Lansing.
The role of ionophores in improving utilization of forage and forage-based diets. V. Fellner*, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.
Lactating dairy cow responses to yeast products. P. H. Robinson*1 and L. J. Erasmus2, 1University of California, Davis, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa.
Enzymes to improve forage utilization by ruminants: What's on the horizon. K. A. Beauchemin* and J. -S. Eun, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Lethbridge, AB, Canada.
The incidence of liver abscessation in pasture based bull beef systems of New Zealand. J. Gibbs*, J. Laporte-Uribe, C. Trotter, and J. Noel, Dairy Science Group, Agriculture and Life Sciences, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand.
Metaphylaxis therapy interacts with temperament to influence performance of growing beef steers. Z. D. Paddock*1, J. E. Sawyer1, G. E. Carstens1, R. R. Gomez1, B. M. Bourg1, D. K. Lunt2, S. A. Moore3, and D. S. DeLaney3, 1Texas A&M University, College Station, 2Texas A&M University, McGregor, 3King Ranch, Kingsville, TX.
Effects of Mannheimia haemolytica challenge on blood flow and net splanchnic flux of amino acids in fed or fasted steers. L. O. Burciaga-Robles*1, C. R. Krehbiel , D. L. Step2, C. A. Loest4, L. Chen4, M. Montelongo2, A. W. Confer2, J. N. Gilliam2, B. P. Holland1, and C. L. Goad , Department of Animal Science, 2Department of Health and Veterinary Sciences, 3Department of Statistics, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, 4Department of Animal and Range Sciences, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.
Effects of endotoxin and dietary protein on N metabolism, and serum cortisol and haptoglobin in growing beef steers. J. W. Waggoner*, C. A. Loest, J. L. Turner, C. P. Mathis, K. K. Kane, D. M. Hallford, and M. K. Petersen, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces.
Effect of dietary boron on the immune function of growing steers. R. S. Fry*, K. E. Lloyd, S. K. Jacobi, and J. W. Spears, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.
Enhancing learning through inquiry. B. Wuetherick*, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Why should we integrate our teaching and research? C. Colbeck*, Pennsylvania State University, University Park.
Integrating research and teaching in an introductory course setting: There's a heifer in your tank. F. E. Robinson*, N. J. Wolanski, B. Wuetherick, and S. Varnhagen, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada.
Integrating research and teaching in a senior course setting. W. L. Hurley*, University of Illinois, Urbana.
Teaching opportunities for graduate students: Who benefits. N. J. Wolanski* and F. E. Robinson, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Researching teaching. C. K. Varnhagen*, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
SYMPOSIUM Ruminant Nutrition Opportunities to Improve Forage Utilization and Rumen Function Chair: David Bohnert, Oregon State University 217 A
SYMPOSIUM Teaching/Undergraduate & Graduate Education Enhancing the Undergraduate Learning Experience in Animal Agriculture, Through the Integration of Teaching and Research Chair: Frank Robinson, University of Alberta Sponsor: Jones-Hamilton 204 A