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and J. M. Tricarico2, 1Est. El Encuentro, Research and Extension in Ruminant Nutrition, Cnel. Brandsen, Argentina, 2Alltech Inc., Nicholasville, KY.

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Effect of alfalfa silage storage structure and roasting corn on production and ruminal metabolism of lactating dairy cows. S. J. Krizsan*1, G. A. Broderick2, R. E. Muck2, C. Promkot3, S. Colombini4, and Å. T. Randby1, 1Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, Norway, 2US Dairy Forage Research Center, Madison, WI, 3Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen, Thailand, 4University of Milano, Milano, Italy.

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Changes in fermentation end products and the use of real-time quantitative PCR to monitor the dynamics of Lactobacillus buchneri in alfalfa silage. R. J. Schmidt*, J. A. Mills, W. Hu, C. M. Klingerman, E. E. McDonell, and L. Kung Jr., University of Delaware, Newark.

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Effect of feeding corn silage based diets deficient in either predicted ruminal nitrogen or metabolizable protein on nitrogen utilization and efficiency. E. B. Recktenwald*, D. A. Ross, and M. E. Van Amburgh, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

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Effects of cutting height and bacterial inoculation on fermentation, nutritive quality and degradability of two corn hybrids. L. O. Abdelhadi*1 and J. M. Tricarico2, 1Est. El Encuentro, Research & Extension in Ruminant Nutrition, Cnel. Brandsen, Argentina, 2Alltech Inc., Nicholasville, KY.

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Continuous culture fermentation of a corn silage-based total mixed ration with additional forage from pasture. R. E. Vibart*, V. Fellner, and S. J. McLeod, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

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Partial mixed rations (PMR) as alternative feeding systems for lactating dairy cows in southeastern U.S. R. E. Vibart*, V. Fellner, J. C. Burns, G. B. Huntington, and J. T. Green, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

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Variability in total mixed ration neutral-detergent fiber analysis among commercial laboratories. A. N. Hristov*1, S. Zaman1, M. Vander Pol1, W. J. Price1, and D. Mertens2, 1University of Idaho, Moscow, 2U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center, Madison, WI.

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Nutritional quality of sugar cane treated with calcium oxide. A. W. P. Freitas*1, F. C. Rocha2, J. L. Fagundes1, and R. Fonseca2, 1APTA Regional, Adamantina, São Paulo, Brazil, 2Unesp - Dracena, Dracena, São Paulo, Brazil.

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Effects of increasing level of corn distiller's dried grains plus solubles on in situ disappearance in steers offered medium-quality grass hay. J. L. Leupp*, G. P. Lardy, and J. S. Caton, North Dakota State University, Fargo.

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Evaluation of corn and soybean co-products in beef cattle finishing diets. P. M. Walker*1, D. Adams1, and L. A. Forster2, 1Illinois State University, Normal, 2Archer Daniels Midland, Co., Decatur, IL.

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Effects of dietary fat concentration and wet sorghum distillers grains plus solubles on feedlot performance and carcass characteristics of finishing heifers. J. C. Silva*1, N. A. Cole2, M. S. Brown1, D. L. Mitchell1, C. H. Ponce1, and D. R. Smith1, 1West Texas A&M, Canyon, USDA ARS CPRL, Bushland, TX.

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Using high-lysine proteins to supplement diets based on dried distillers grains with solubles did not improve lactation performance. E. A. French*, M. He, and L. E. Armentano, University of Wisconsin, Madison.

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Effect of feeding dry glycerin to early postpartum Holstein dairy cows on milk production and metabolic profiles. Y.-H. Chung*1, D. E. Rico1, A. Martinez1, K. S. Heyler1, C. M. Martinez1, T. W. Cassidy1, V. Noirot2, A. Ames3, and G. A. Varga1, 1Dairy and Animal Science, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 2Phodé, Albi, France, 3NutriLinx, LLC, Montpelier, VT.

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Variation over one year of nutrient content of wet brewers grains from a commercial brewery. J. E. Wohlt* and M. L. Westendorf, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.

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The effect of feeding dried distillers grains plus solubles to lactating dairy cows on milk production and excretion of urinary purine derivatives. B. N. Janicek*1, P. J. Kononoff1, A. M. Gehman1, and P. H. Doane2, 1University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 2ADM Animal Nutrition Research, Decatur, IN.

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Effects of Optigen® on fermentation, digestion, and N partitioning in rumen-simulating fermenters fed diets with distillers dried grains. G. A. Harrison*, J. M. Tricarico, M. D. Meyer, and K. A. Dawson, Alltech Biotechnology, Nicholasville, KY.

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Performance of dairy cows fed glycerol as a primary feed ingredient. S. S. Donkin*1, M. R. Pallatin1, P. H. Doane2, M. J. Cecava2, H. M. White1, E. Barnes1, and S. L. Koser1, 1Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 2ADM Animal Nutrition Research, Decatur, IN.

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Evaluation of protein fractionation and ruminal and intestinal digestibility of corn milling co-products. J. M. Kelzer*1, P. J. Kononoff1, K. Karges2, and M. L. Gibson2, 1University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 2Dakota Gold Research Association, Sioux Falls, SD.

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Evaluation of ruminal fermentability of corn milling co-products using in vitro gas production. P. J. Kononoff*1, L. O. Tedeschi2, M. L. Chizzotti2, J. M. Kelzer1, K. Karges3, and M. L. Gibson3, 1University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 2Texas A & M University, College Station, 3Dakota Gold Research Association, Sioux Falls, SD.

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Blood metabolites profiles of dairy cows fed wet corn distillers grains during early lactation. G. S. Mpapho*, A. R. Hippen, K. F. Kalscheur, and D. J. Schingoethe, South Dakota State University, Brookings.

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Rumen fermentation with dried distillers grains versus soybean protein as a source of rumen undegraded protein for lactating dairy cows. B. W. Pamp*, K. K. Kalscheur, A. R. Hippen, and D. J. Schingoethe, South Dakota State University, Brookings.

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