ADSA-SAD Undergraduate Student Poster Competition

Section: ADSA-SAD (Student Affiliate Division) Undergraduate Competition
Format: Posters
Day/Time: Monday 7:30 AM–9:30 AM
Location: Gatlin Ballroom
Chair: Jeffrey Bewley, University of Kentucky
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
An analysis of cow cooling methods in lactating Jersey cows, while simultaneously assessing the accuracy of infrared thermography in characterizing heat stress.
Amy P. McBirney
Comparison of dry matter measurements between a hand-held near infrared unit and 48 hour-60°C oven drying with corn silage and alfalfa silage.
Derek M. Donnelly
Evaluation of pH test strips for accuracy in determining pH of cow urine.
Colleen N. Curtiss
Rumen epithelial gene expression in response to oral NaHCO3 treatment in Holstein bull calves.
Emily R. Meese
Effect of overstocking at the feed bunk on indicators of cow temperament.
Danielle N. Coleman
Relationship between cow lying behavior and freestall barn design.
Jennifer Callanan
Effect of carbon dioxide on oxidative stability of raw milk.
Jia Xin Tang
Hepatic patatin-like phospholipase domain-containing protein 3 protein is regulated during the transition to lactation period in dairy cows.
Ryan S. Pralle
Effect of management practices and housing type on somatic cell counts in Kentucky dairy farms.
Mickayla A. Myers
Effect of milking procedures and mastitis detection methods on somatic cell counts for Kentucky dairy herds.
Kerri A. Bochantin
Effect of a probiotic on dairy calf diarrhea and growth rate.
Alexis C. Thompson
Genomic testing of female Holsteins: A resource for selection and improvement.
Kimberly M. Davenport
Effects of rubber coverings for slatted floor facilities on cattle performance and cleanliness.
Derrick S. Smith
Expression of aryl hydrocarbon receptor in the endometrium of dairy heifers during early pregnancy and the estrous cycle.
Michelle C. Hartzell
Absence of milk residues after using a hydrogen peroxide pre-dip.
Jamie E. Leistner
Effects of adding a pasteurized milk balancer on dairy calf growth and performance.
Lydia H. Hoene