Ruminant Nutrition: Dairy calves

Section: Ruminant Nutrition
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Monday 9:30 AM–12:30 PM
Location: Panzacola H-3
Chair: Heidi Rossow, University of California, Davis
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
9:30 AM
#149 Effects of intensive whole-milk feeding in calves on subsequent growth of dairy heifers.
Luigi Francis Lima Cavalcanti
9:45 AM
#150 Effect of bacteria level in colostrum on dairy heifer serum IgG concentration.
Emer Kennedy
10:00 AM
#151 Performance of calf reared on waste milk or nonmedicated milk replacer contained sodium butyrate and Bacillus amyloliquefaciens.
A. Z. M. Salem
10:15 AM
#152 Effects of colostrum feeding programs on passive immunity, health, and performance of Holstein dairy calves.
Zhijun Cao
10:30 AM
#153 Influences of SmartCare in milk replacer and XPC in calf starter on the performance and health of preweaning Holstein calves challenged with Salmonella enterica serotype Typhimurium.
Tyler L. Harris
10:45 AM
#154 Effect of feed type and presentation on feeding behavior, intake, and growth of dairy calves fed a high level of milk.
Morgan A. Overvest
11:00 AM
#155 Extensive, noninvasive measurements of body temperature and posture in neonatal Holstein dairy calves bedded with deep straw in response to changes in ambient temperature and amount of milk replacer fed.
T. Mark Hill
11:15 AM
#156 Commercial dairy farm evaluation of highly digestible corn grain for calf starters when calves are fed pasteurized waste milk.
David P. Casper
11:30 AM
#157 Vitamin D status of dairy calves fed pasteurized whole milk.
Jessica L. Powell
11:45 AM
#158 Gradual weaning affects pre- and postweaning feed intake, growth, and gastrointestinal development in Holstein calves fed an elevated plane of nutrition during the pre-weaning stage.
Michael A. Steele
12:00 PM
#159 Effects of pre- and postweaning nutrition on growth, efficiency, and rumen fermentation of Holstein calves.
Tana S. Dennis
12:15 PM
#160 Commercial dairy farm evaluation of milk replacers with different protein sources and concentrations.
K. A. Froehlich