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ANIMAL SCIENCE

14 Self assessment of the Arkansas beef cattle support industries. T. R. Troxel*1, R. Poling1, T. Riley1, and T. Justice2,3, 1University of Arkansas, Little Rock, 2Arkansas Farm Bureau, Little Rock, AR, 3Arkansas Beef Council, Little Rock, AR.

15 Self assessment of Arkansas' producers with large cow-calf herds. T. R. Troxel1, B. L. Barham*1, R. Poling1, and T. Justice2,3, 1University of Arkansas, Little Rock, 2Arkansas Farm Bureau, Little Rock, AR, 3Arkansas Beef Council, Little Rock, AR.

16 Self assessment of the Arkansas stocker cattle i n d u s t r y . T . R . T r o x e l 1 , K . S . L u s b y 2 , J . T . R i c h e s o n * 1 , R . P o l i n g 1 , a n d T . J u s t i c e 3 , 4 , 1 U n i v e r s i of Arkansas, Little Rock, 2University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 3Arkansas Farm Bureau, Little Rock, AR, 4Arkansas Beef Council, Little Rock, AR. t y

17 Self assessment of the Arkansas purebred cattle i n d u s t r y . T . R . T r o x e l 1 , M . S . G a d b e r r y * 1 , J . T . R i c h e s o n 1 , R . P o l i n g 1 , a n d T . J u s t i c e 2 , 3 , 1 U n i v e r s Arkansas, Little Rock, 2Arkansas Farm Bureau, Little Rock, AR, 3Arkansas Beef Council, Little Rock, AR. i t y o f

2:30 PM Livestock Extension – Responsiveness Evaluation.

18 Extension response to drought conditions affecting livestock operations. J. Parish*1, J. Rowntree2, J. Anderson1, C. Navarre2, M. Howell1, and S. Seal1, 1Mississippi State University Extension Service, Mississippi State, 2Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, Baton Rouge.

19 Extension disaster preparedness: Lessons from h u r r i c a n e s K a t r i n a a n d R i t a . J . R o w n t r e e * 1 , J . P a r i s h 2 , C . N a v a r r e 1 , M . K e e n e 2 , M . H o w e l l 2 , Newman2, and E. Collum2, 1Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, Baton Rouge, Mississippi State University Extension Service, Mississippi State. L . 2

3:00 PM

Break.

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3:15 PM

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Relative value of soybean hulls (SBH) and dry

corn gluten feed (CGF) from two sources on

performance and economic return from stocker

cattle fed hay-based diets. M. H. Poore*, North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

3:30 PM

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Performance of feeder steers fed differing levels of soybean hulls and corn on a hay-based ration. A. E. Fisher1, C. J. Richards2, W. W. Gill*1, and C. D.

Lane, Jr.1, 1University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater. 2

3:45 PM

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Impact of the initiation of the Florida Beef Quality Assurance program. M. Hersom*, T. Thrift, and M.

Irsik, University of Florida, Gainesville.

4:00 PM

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Effects of pen sanitation and plasma protein supplementation on performance of weanling pigs. A. F. Harper* and M. J. Estienne, Virginia

Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg.

4:15 PM

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Effects of exit speed velocity on feedlot

performance and carcass traits of Angus,

Brangus, and Braford steers. J. E. Rossi*, J. F.

Baker, P. T. Cannon, and B. G. Mullinix, Jr., University of Georgia, Tifton.

4:30 PM

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Effects of monensin fed to pregnant beef cows wintered on hay. J. T. Johns*1, W. R. Burris1, K. D. Bullock1, and E. Thomas2, 1University of Kentucky, Lexington, 2Elanco Animal Health, Indianapolis, IN.

4:45 PM

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Participant evaluation of the Tennessee Master

Beef Producer Program. J. B. Neel*, A. E. Fisher, C.

D. Lane, Jr., W. W. Gill, and F. D. Kirkpatrick, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Small Ruminant Production III Small Ruminant Reproduction, Pastures, Genetics and Modeling Chair: Joan Burke, Dale Bumpers Small Farm Research Center USDA-ARS Convention Center – Meeting Room 201 C

1:30 PM

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Production traits of Dorper crossbred ewes in an accelerated lambing system in the tropics. R. W.

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