Ruminant Nutrition: Dairy

Section: Ruminant Nutrition
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Tuesday 9:30 AM–12:30 PM
Location: Panzacola H-2
Chair: Kasey Moyes, University of Maryland
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
9:30 AM
#466 Effects of including supplemental fat in low and high starch diets on milk production and energy partitioning.
Joshua L. Garver
9:45 AM
#467 Effect of breed, energy level of diet, and lactation stage on the evolution of milk lipolysis in dairy cow.
Elise Vanbergue
10:00 AM
#468 Direct and indirect transfer of omega-3 fatty acids to milk fat in dairy cows.
Natalie L. Urrutia
10:15 AM
#469 2-Hydroxy-4-(methylthio)butanoate (HMTBa) supplementation increases milk fat and decreases synthesis of alternate biohydrogenation intermediates in diets with risk for milk fat depression.
Michel Baldin
10:30 AM
#470 Meta-analysis of the effect of plant oils rich in 18:2n-6 on milk fatty acid composition in lactating dairy cows.
Mina Vazirigohar
10:45 AM
#471 Prediction of blood nonesterified fatty acid (NEFA) by FTIR analysis of individual cow milk samples.
David M. Barbano
11:00 AM
#472 Increased NEFA availability promotes plasma ceramide accumulation in Holstein cows.
Joseph W. McFadden
11:15 AM
#473 An acute increase in circulating NEFA does not lower total plasma sphingomyelin levels in Holstein cows.
J. Eduardo Rico
11:30 AM
#474 Temporal changes in plasma sphingolipids during the transition from pregnancy to lactation in Holstein cows.
J. Eduardo Rico
11:45 AM
#475 Elevations in milk yield from palmitic acid feeding are associated with reduced estimated insulin sensitivity and glucose-stimulated NEFA disappearance.
Alice T. Mathews
12:00 PM
#476 Effects of timing of chromium propionate supplementation on metabolic and production responses of Holstein cows in early lactation.
Michael S. Allen
12:15 PM
#477 The effects of dietary niacin supplementation on FoxO1 and genes involved in hepatic glucose production in dairy cows during the transition period.
Asako Kinoshita