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Publication : Journal of Animal Science

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Number of items: 11.

Dungan, R.S. and Leytem, A.B. and Bjorneberg, D.L. (2011) Concentrations of Airborne Endotoxin and Microorganisms at a 10,000 Cow Open-Freestall Dairy. Journal of Animal Science. 89:3300-3309. 3 October 2011.

Burns, J.D. and Mayland, H.F. and Fisher, D.S. (2005) Dry matter uptake and digestion of alfalfa harvested at sunset and sunrise. Journal of Animal Science. 83:262-270.

Dungan, R.S. (2010) Fate and Transport of Bioaerosols Associated with Livestock Operations and Manure. Journal of Animal Science. 2110(88):3693-3706. July 2010.

Mayland, H.F. and Rosenau, R.C. and Florence, A.R. (1980) Grazing Cow and Calf Responses to Zinc Supplementation. Journal of Animal Science. 51(4):966-974.

House, W.A. and Mayland, H.F. (1976) Magnesium Utilization in Wethers Fed Diets with Varying Ratios of Nitrogen to Readily Fermentable Carbohydrates. Journal of Animal Science. 43(4):842-849.

House, W.A. and Mayland, H.F. (1976) Magnesium and Calcium Utilization in Sheep Treated with Magnesium Alloy Rumen Bullets or Fed Magnesium Sulfate. Journal of Animal Science. 42(2):506-514.

Leytem, A.B. and Thacker, P.A. (2010) Phosphorus Utilization and Characterization of Excreta From Swine Fed Diets Containing A Variety of Cereal Grains Balanced For Total Phosphorus. Journal of Animal Science. 88:1860-1867.

Burns, J.C. and Fisher, D.S. and Mayland, H.F. (2001) Preference by sheep and goats among hay of eight tall fescue cultivars. Journal of Animal Science. 79:213-224.

Mayland, H.F. and Wilkinson, S.R. (1989) Soil factors affecting magnesium availability in plant-animal systems: A review. Journal of Animal Science. 67:3437-3444.

Sleper, D.A. and Vogel, K.P. and Asay, K.H. and Mayland, H.F. (1989) Using plant breeding and genetics to overcome the incidence of grass tetany. Journal of Animal Science. 67(12):3456-3462.

Fisher, Dwight S. and Mayland, Henry F. and Burns, Joseph C. (1999) Variation in ruminants' preference for tall fescue hays cut either at sundown or at sunup. Journal of Animal Science. 77:762-768.

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