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ANIMAL SCIENCE

Yazwinski, C. A. Tucker, J. Reynolds, and Z. B. Johnson, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.

4:15 PM

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Effect of pelleting on anthelmintic efficacy of sericea lespedeza hay against gastrointestinal

nematodes of goats. D. A. Moore*1, T. H. Terrill1, S. A. Shaik1, J. E. Miller2, J. M. Burke3, J. P. Muir4, R. W o l f e 4 , a n d J . A . M o s j i d i s 5 , 1 F o r t V a l l e y S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y , F o r t V a l l e y , G A , 2 L o u i s i a n a S t University, Baton Rouge, 3USDA/ARS/DBSFRC, Booneville, AR, 4Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Stephenville, 5Auburn University, Auburn, AL. a t e

Small Ruminant Production II Sheep and Goat Nutrition Chair: Niki Whitley, University of Maryland, Eastern Shore Convention Center – Meeting Room 201 C

3:15 PM

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The effect of feeding a split ration to lactating hair sheep on production traits during the cool season

in the tropics. R.W. Godfrey* and R.C. Driscoll, University of the Virgin Islands, Agricultural Experiment Station, Kingshill, VI.

3:30 PM

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Feedlot performance and digestibility of diets in

meat goats supplemented with probiotics. D. C a z a c * 1 , N . C . W h i t l e y 1 , D . J . J a c k s o n 1 , a n d B . J . R u d e 2 , 1 U n i v e r s i t y o f M a r y l a n d E a s t e r n S h o r Princess Anne, MD, 2Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS. e ,

3:45 PM

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Methane emission by goats consuming different sources of condensed tannins. G Animut*1, R Puchala1, A L Goetsch1, A K Patra1, T Sahlu1, V H Varel2, and J Wells2, 1American Institute for Goat Research, Langston University, Langston, OK, 2US Meat Animal Research Center, Clay Center,

NE.

4:00 PM

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Nutritional and breed effects on carcass traits of K a t a h d i n c r o s s b r e d l a m b s . D . J . J a c k s o n * 1 , N . C . W h i t l e y 1 , J . W . L e m a s t e r 2 , a n d S . S c h o e n i a n University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess 2 , 3 , A n n e , M D , 2 M a r y l a n d C o o p e r a t i v e E x t e n s i o n , C o l l e g e P a r k , M D , 3 W M R E C , K e e d y s v i l l e , M 1 D .

4:15 PM

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Feeding regime and breed effects on nutritional

and sensory characteristics of meat from

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ANIMAL SCIENCE

Katahdin crossbred lambs. D.J. Jackson*, N.C. Whitley, V. Suvanich, and J.G. Schwarz, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, MD.

4:30 PM

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Effects of genotype and diet on growth and mass of organs and tissues of growing meat goats. A. T. Ngwa1, L. J. Dawson2, R. Puchala1, G. Detweiler1, R.

C. Merkel1, G. Animut1, T. Sahlu1, C. L. Ferrell3, and A. L. Goetsch*1, 1American Institute for Goat Research, Langston University, Langston, OK, College of Veterinary Medicine, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, 3US Meat Animal Research Center, Clay Center, NE. 2

4:45 PM

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The effect of sericea lespedeza, fed as ground hay, on existing and establishing infection of

Haemonchus contortus in sheep. L. A. Chafton1, J. E. Miller1*, J. A. Mosjidis2, T. H. Terrill3, J. M. Burke4, Dept. of Pathobiological Sciences, Louisiana State U n i v e r s i t y ; 2 D e p t . o f A g r o n o m y a n d S o i l s , A u b u r n U n i v e r s i t y ; 3 D e p t . o f A n i m a l S c i e n c e , F o r t v a l l e y S t a 1 t e U n i v e r s i t y ; 4 U S D A A R S , B o o n e v i l l e , A R .

Teaching and Undergraduate Education Chair: Michelle R. Garcia Texas A&M University-Kingsville Convention Center – Meeting Room 107 A

3:45 PM

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Reusable learning objects for enhanced

information retention by students. C. P. Bagley* and L. L. Johnson, Texas A&M Univ, Commerce.

4:00 PM

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Overview of instructional programs in mineral

nutrition at Southeastern Land-Grant Universities.

M. M. Finnigan*, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

Tuesday, February 6

Pastures and Forages Chair: Monte Rouquette, Texas A&M University, Overton Convention Center – Meeting Room 201 C

8:00 AM

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Invited - The effects of supplementation and

forage source on performance of steers during fall backgrounding. C. Coffey1, D.L. Lalman*2, D.

Childs1, M.D. Hudson2, and S.J. Winterholler2, 1Noble

Foundation, 2Oklahoma State University.

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