Production, Management, and the Environment V

Section: Production, Management and the Environment
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Wednesday 2:00 PM–5:00 PM
Location: Panzacola F-2
Chair: Jimena Laporta, University of Florida
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
2:00 PM
#806 Metabolizable energy intake effects on carcass quality of steers finished in southern Chile during summer time.
Rodrigo A. Arias
2:15 PM
#807 Metabolizable energy intake effects on tympanic temperature and ADG of steers finished in southern Chile during summer.
Rodrigo A. Arias
2:30 PM
#808 Effect of maternal heat stress on calf growth performance and metabolism.
J-D. Liu
2:45 PM
#809 Cows exposed to heat stress in utero exhibit improved thermal tolerance.
Bahroz M. S. Ahmed
3:00 PM
#810 Feeding slow fermentable grains has the potential to ameliorate heat stress in sheep.
Paula A. Gonzalez-Rivas
3:15 PM
#811 Heat stress at conception affects lifetime fertility, milk yield, and survival of Holstein cows.
Pablo Pinedo
3:30 PM
#812 Effect of mild and moderate heat stress on milk yield and bovine milk composition in the tropical region.
Vivian Fischer
3:45 PM
#813 A cow cooling investment decision support tool for dairy farms in low and high humidity regions.
Bettie S. Kawonga
4:00 PM
#814 Effect of feeding phytogenic compounds on preweaned dairy calves in a commercial setting.
Bryan G. Miller
4:15 PM
#815 Effect of condensed tannin extract supplementation on beef cattle performance and nitrogen balance: II. Finishing phase.
Pake J. Ebert
4:30 PM
#816 Evaluation of an extended release anthelmintic on performance and fecal parasite load of beef cattle grazing cool season pastures.
J. D. Rivera
4:45 PM
#817 Effect of yeast culture plus enzymatically hydrolyzed yeast supplementation during transition period on milk production and metabolic profile of dairy cows.
Viviane Rohrig Rabassa