Introduction to Corn Milling Co-Products (Beef). Stacey Gunter, University of Arkansas.
Environmental concerns with feeding corn milling co-products in feedlot diets. T. J. Klopfenstein* and G. E. Erickson, University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Effect of modified wet distillers grains level on feedlot cattle performance and nitrogen mass balance. M. K. Luebbe*, G. E. Erickson, T. J. Klopfenstein, and M. A. Greenquist, University of Nebraksa, Lincoln.
Effect of wet distillers grains level on phosphorus balance in beef feedlots. M. K. Luebbe*, G. E. Erickson, T. J. Klopfenstein, and M. A. Greenquist, University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Evaluation of dried distillers grains or soybean hulls with and without Optigen II® to background beef calves. J. L. Wahrmund* and M. J. Hersom, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Carcass and meat quality characteristics of distiller's co-product-supplemented pasture- and feedlot-finished beef steers. R. C. Knock*1, A. H. Trenkle1, E. J. Huff-Lonergan1, S. M. Lonergan1, J. R. Russell1, P. M. Dixon1, K. M. Carnagey2, and D. C. Beitz1, 1Iowa State University, Ames, 2Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC.
Evaluation of dried distillers grains or soybean hulls to background beef calves. J. L. Wahrmund* and M. J. Hersom, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Effect of wheat base distillers grains in a barley ration on the performance and carcass quality characteristics of feedlot steers. R. M. Beliveau*, J. J. McKinnon, and V. J. Racz, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Dry Distiller's Grains with Solubles in Steam-flaked or Dry-rolled Corn Diets with Reduced Roughage Levels. M. L. May*, M. L. Hands, M. J. Quinn, B. E. Depenbusch, J. O. Wallace, C. D. Reinhardt, and J. S. Drouillard, Kansas State University, Manhattan.
Use of distiller's dry grains in steam-flaked corn finishing diets with reduced roughage levels. M. L. May*, M. J. Quinn, B. E. Depenbush, and J. S. Drouillard, Kansas State University, Manhattan.
Effect of crude glycerin in finishing cattle diets. N. A. Pyatt, P. H. Doane, and M. J. Cecava*, ADM Animal Nutrition Research, Decatur, IN.
The effect of forage allowance and stage of growth on average daily gain, frothy bloat, and rate of ruminal in vitro gas production in steers grazing wheat pasture. W. E. Pinchak*1, B. R. Min1, D. P. Malinowski1, J. W. Sij1, J. D. Fulford1, and R. Puchala2, 1Texas Agricultural Research Center, Vernon, TX85, 2E (Kika) dela garza American Institute for Goat Research Center, Langston, OK.
Ruminant Nutrition Corn Milling Co-Products - Beef Chair: Stacey Gunter, University of Arkansas 217 A
Introduction - Shaping Animal Sciences Curricula for 2020.
Animal sciences curricula: A historical perspective. J. A. Sterle*, Texas A&M University, College Station.
Changing demographics and enrollment trends. K. L. Esbenshade*, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.
Curricular trends: Shifts in traditional animal sciences courses and degree programs. J. C. Swanson* and D. A. Nichols, Kansas State University, Manhattan.
Thinking outside of the box: Incorporating innovative experiential & inquiry-based learning opportunities. J. N. Spain*, University of Missouri, Columbia.
Thinking oOutside the box: Linkages with agencies and educational opportunities for undergraduates and graduate students. M. A. Ottinger*, University of Maryland, College Park.
Teaching/Undergraduate & Graduate Education Shaping Animal Sciences Curricula for 2020 Chair: Linda C. Martin, Oklahoma State University 204 A