Ruminant Nutrition: Lactation responses

Section: Ruminant Nutrition
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Wednesday 10:30 AM–12:30 PM
Location: Panzacola H-2
Chair: Jill Anderson, Dairy Science Department, South Dakota State University
Sponsored by: DuPont
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
10:30 AM
#698 Effect of a phytogenic feed additive on feed intake and milk production in dairy cows.
Carina Schieder
10:45 AM
#699 Fractionated harvest and alkali treatment of whole-plant corn silage fed to lactating dairy cattle can increase intake and production.
Robb W. Bender
11:00 AM
#700 Effect of abomasal infusions of saturated fatty acids differing in chain length on milk production, composition, and fatty acid profile in Holstein dairy cows.
Daniel E. Rico
11:15 AM
#701 Effect of Bacillus pumilus on early lactation performance of dairy cows fed low or high starch diets postpartum.
D. N. Lob√£o da Silva
11:30 AM
#702 Effects of direct-fed Bacillus pumilus 8G-134 fed pre- and postpartum on feed intake, milk yield, milk composition, and feed efficiency of Holstein cows.
Felipe C. Cardoso
11:45 AM
#703 Effects of fecal contents of aluminum (Al), iron (Fe), and manganese (Mn) on the apparent digestibility of phosphorus in dairy cows.
Jan Plaizier
12:00 PM
#704 Effects of feeding diets differing in dietary cation-anion difference (DCAD) and source of vitamin D on Ca status, health, and lactation performance in Holstein cows.
N. Martinez
12:15 PM
#705 Effects of the interaction between photoperiod and nutritional management on milk yield for dairy cows.
Oswaldo S. Espinoza