Introduction to Corn Milling Co-Products (Dairy). Paul Kononoff, University of Nebraska.
Maintaining milk components when feeding co-products of corn ethanol production. L. Armentano*, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Phosphorus utilization in dairy cows fed increasing amounts of dried distillers grains with solubles. K. Mjoun*, K. F. Kalscheur, B. W. Pamp, D. J. Schingoethe, and A. R. Hippen, South Dakota State University, Brookings.
The effect of replacing corn dry distillers grains with triticale dry distillers grains on milk yield and composition of lactating dairy cows. A. M. Greter*, E. C. Davis, G. B. Penner, and M. Oba, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Response of lactating Holstein cows to increased amounts of wet corn gluten feed. M. J. Brouk*1, J. F. Smith1, and K. N. Grigsby2, 1Kansas State University, Manhattan, 2Cargill, Inc., Blair, NE.
Increased diet fermentability reduces production response to corn distiller's grains in lactating cows: A statistical analysis. M. Hollmann*, D. K. Beede, and M. S. Allen, Michigan State University, East Lansing.
Dried distillers grains + solubles from wheat fed to dairy cows. T. Andersson*1, M. Murphy1, E. Nadeau2, and M. Carlsson2, 1Lantmännen Feeds, Stockholm, Sweden, 2Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Skara, Sweden.
Interactions of yeast culture and dried distillers grains plus solubles in diets of lactating dairy cows. A. R. Hippen*1, D. J. Schingoethe1, K. F. Kalscheur1, P. Linke1, K. Gross1, D. Rennich1, and I. Yoon2, 1South Dakota State University, Brookings, 2Diamond V. Mills, Inc., Cedar Rapids, IA.
Lactation performance of cows fed diets using soybean or byproduct protein sources. Z. Wu* and J. D. Ferguson, University of Pennsylvania, Kennett Square.
Ruminal fermentation and total tract apparent digestibility in dairy cows fed increasing concentrations of corn germ. M. M. Abdelqader*, A. R. Hippen, D. J. Schingoethe, and K. F. Kalscheur, South Dakota State University, Brookings.
Wheat grain as a prepartum cereal choice to ease periparturient stress in Holstein cows. H. Amanlou1, D. Zahmatkesh1, and A. Nikkhah*1,2, 1Department of Animal Science, Zanjan, Iran, 2Department of Animal Science, Winnipeg, MB, Canada.
Prolactin levels and ovulation rate in crossbreed ewes with induced oestrus during the anoestrous season and the effect of bromocryptine and naloxone. V. O. Fuentes-Hernandez*1, R. Orozco1, J. J. Uribe1, V. M. Sanches2, and P. I. Fuentes3, Universidad de Guadalajara, 2FMVZ Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolas Hidalgo, 3Hospital Pemex Sur de Alta Especialidad Mexico DF.
Luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone immunization alters pituitary hormone synthesis and storage in bulls and steers. K. J. Wells* , T. W. Geary2, D. M. de Avila1, J. de Avila1, V. A. Conforti1, H. Ulker1, D. J. McLean1, A. J. Roberts2, and J. J. Reeves , Washington State University, Pullman, 2USDA ARS Fort Keogh, Miles City, MT.
Glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor enhances porcine oocyte developmental competence in vitro. K. Linher*1, D. Wu1,2, and J. Li1, 1University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 2Sichuan Agricultural University, China.
Factors affecting residual feed intake in feedlot steers. J. W. Homm*, L. L. Berger, and S. L. Rodriguez-Zas, University of Illinois, Urbana.
The effect of residual feed intake rank in beef cows on forage intake and pasture carrying capacity. A. Meyer*, R. Kallenbach, M. Kerley, and K. Ladyman, University of Missouri, Columbia.
Evaluation of feed efficiency in Santa Gertrudis steers and relationships with temperament and feeding behavior traits. R. R. Gomez*1, B. M. Bourg1, Z. D. Paddock1, G. E. Carstens1, P. A. Lancaster1, R. K. Miller1, L. O. Tedeschi1, D. K. Lunt2,
Ruminant Nutrition Corn Milling Co-Products - Dairy Chair: Paul Kononoff, University of Nebraska Sponsor: Vi-Cor 214 D
Ruminant Nutrition Intake and Performance - Beef Chair: Chris Richards, Oklahoma State University 217 B