Sequence of the goat urea transporter, UT-B and its expression in the rumen, kidney, intestine, and liver. J. Hicks*, G. Huntington, J. Erichsen, and H. C.
Liu, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.
Assessment of oxidative stress markers in heifers grazing endophyte-infected tall fescue. N. Burke*1,
Scaglia2, D. Blodgett1, K. Saker1, O. Abaye2, and
Swecker, Jr.1, 1Virginia-Maryland Regional College
of Veterinary Medicine, Blacksburg, VA, 2Virginia Tech, Blacksburg.
Effects of timing of weaning in a fall-calving
system on performance of beef cows and their
progeny. M. D. Hudson*, J. P. Banta, D. S. Buchanan, and D. L. Lalman, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater.
D i g e s t i b i l i t y o f ‘ C o a s t a l a n d ‘ T i f t o n 8 5 b e r m u d a g r a s s , a n d ‘ F l o r i g r a z e ’ p e r e n n i a l p e a n u t hays in mature horses. J. V. Eckert*, R. O. Myer, L.
K. Warren, and J. H. Brendemuhl, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Three-dimensional analysis of the walk and
running walk of the Tennessee Walking Horse. P.
E. Roberson*, S. Zhang, H. S. Adair, and C. J. Kojima, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Small Ruminant Production I Parasite Control in Small Ruminants Chair: Thomas Terrill, Fort Valley State University Convention Center – Meeting Room 201 C
Interaction between high protein supplement and copper oxide wire particles to control gastrointestinal nematodes in growing goats. J.
M. Burke*1, J. E. Miller2, and T. H. Terrill3, 1USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Booneville, AR, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 3Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA. 2
Low dose titration of copper oxide wire particles for control of gastrointestinal nematodes in weaned kids. J. M. Burke*1, J. E. Miller2, and T. H.
Terrill3, 1USDA, Agricultural Research Service,
Booneville, AR, 2Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 3Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA.
Interaction between copper oxide wire particles
and grazing sericea lespedeza to control
gastrointestinal nematodes in goats. J. M. Burke*1,
J. E. Miller2, T. H. Terrill3, and J. Mosjidis4, 1USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Booneville, AR, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 3Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA, 4Auburn University, Auburn, AL. 2
Field applications of liquid nitrogen fertilizer for controlling gastrointestinal parasites in weanling
meat goats. J.-M. Luginbuhl* and H. M. Glennon, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.
Influence of high tannin grain sorghum on
gastrointestinal nematode infection (GIN) in goats. N. C. Whitley*1, J. E. Miller2, J. M. Burke3, D. Cazac1,
R. Subburathinam1, and L. Dykes4, 1University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, MD, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 3USDA- ARS-DBSFRC, Booneville, AR, 4Texas A&M University, College Station. 2
Effect of vaccination of goats with H-11/H-gal-GP antigens from intestinal membrane cells of Haemonchus contortus. D. D. Olcott1, B. M. Weeks1, K. Shakya1, W. D. Smith2, and J. E. Miller*1, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 2Moredun 1
Research Institute, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
Fecal egg counts and packed blood cell volume in periparturient Katahdin and St. Croix hair sheep ewes grazing naturally parasite-infected pasture. S. Wildeus*1 and A. M. Zajac2, 1Virgina State University, Petersburg, 2Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, Blacksburg, VA.
Pasture-raised Katahdin and Katahdin crossbred lambs: growth and parasite resistance. N. C. Whitley*1, D. J. Jackson1, D. Cazac1, J. E. Miller2, J. M. Burke3, and S. Schoenian4, 1University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, MD, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 3USDA– 2
ARS–DBSFRC, Booneville, AR, 4MCE–WMREC, Keedysville, MD.