Production, Management, and the Environment VI

Section: Production, Management and the Environment
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Thursday 8:30 AM–11:15 AM
Location: Panzacola F-4
Chair: Rafael S. Bisinotto, Cornell University
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
8:30 AM
#839 Associations between management practices and reproductive performance in Canadian dairy herds.
José Denis-Robichaud
8:45 AM
#840 Evaluation of Ovsynch and CIDR inserted concurrently with or two days after initiation of Ovsynch protocol to improve reproductive performance in lactating dairy cows with low estrus detection efficiency.
Abid Hussain Shahzad
9:00 AM
#841 Reproductive outcomes following presynchronization of dairy heifers with a 14-d CIDR and prostaglandin F.
Courtney K. Claypool
9:15 AM
#842 Effects of expression of estrus measured by activity monitors on ovarian dynamics and conception risk in Holstein cows.
Augusto M. L. Madureira
9:30 AM
#843 Vitality and morphology of Boer buck spermatozoa stored fresh for 72 hours.
Olumide A. Ajao
9:45 AM
10:00 AM
#845 Environmental and economic consequences of subclinical ketosis and related diseases in dairy farming.
P. F. Mostert
10:15 AM
#846 Characterizing the temporal pattern of leaky gut biomarkers in healthy and ketotic cows during the transition period.
M. Abuajamieh
10:30 AM
#847 A randomized clinical trial assessing the use of a single injection of dexamethasone combined with oral propylene glycol therapy for the treatment of hyperketonemia.
Elise H. Tatone
10:45 AM
#848 Effects of prepartum digital dermatitis on first-lactation performance.
Arturo Gomez
11:00 AM
#849 Identification of the most likely classical swine fever outbreak scenarios in the swine industry of Indiana.
Shankar Yadav