Ruminant Nutrition: Manipulating rumen function

Section: Ruminant Nutrition
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Tuesday 2:00 PM–5:00 PM
Location: Panzacola H-2
Chair: Jenny Jennings, Texas A&M Agrilife Research
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
2:00 PM
#603 The effects of Megalac and a fatty acid prill containing high levels of palmitic acid supplementation on milk fatty acid composition with early lactation dairy cows.
Joe Harrison
2:15 PM
#604 Effects of different levels of supplementation of a molasses and crude glycerol mixture on ruminal fermentation parameters of beef steers.
Francine M. Ciriaco
2:30 PM
#605 Total tract pdNDF digestibility in heifers fed with TMR or pelleted ration.
Elena Bonfante
2:45 PM
#606 Rumen degradability of wheat straw is related to changes in lignin properties after fungal treatment.
Sandra J. A. van Kuijk
3:00 PM
#607 Inoculant effects on silage fermentation and aerobic stability of sorghum wet ethanol co-product/roughage blends.
Pedro R. B. Campanili
3:15 PM
3:30 PM
#609 Effects of urea and fibrolytic enzymes on chemical composition, in vitro digestibility, in vitro degradability, and gas production of cotton gin trash.
Danilo Gusmao de Quadros
3:45 PM
#610 Effects of Saccharomyces cerevisiae boulardii supplementation during the receiving period on growth efficiency, and behavioral and health responses in newly weaned beef heifers.
Monica L. Jenks
4:00 PM
#611 Direct addition or pre-incubation of exogenous xylanase affects in vitro gas production kinetics, degradability and ruminal fermentation activities of three fibrous feeds.
A. Z. M. Salem
4:15 PM
#612 Effects of essential oils and exogenous enzymes for finishing Nellore cattle in feedlot.
Flávio Augusto Portela Santos
4:30 PM
#613 Effect of supplementing grazing cattle with Saccharomyces cerevisiae on fiber digestibility and rumen cellulolytic bacteria population.
D. O. Sousa
4:45 PM
#614 Effects of enzymatically hydrolyzed yeast supplementation and supplementation frequency on immune parameters among periparturient beef cows and calves.
Janine E. Swartz