Items where Subject is "Animal > Feed preference"

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Article

Bartlelt-Hunt, S.L. and De Vivo, S and Johnson, L.C. and Snow, D.D. and Kranz, W.L. and Mader, T.L. and Shapiro, C.A. and Van Donk, S.J. and Shelton, D.P. and Zhang, T.C. and Tarkalson, D.D. (2013) Effect of composting on the fate of steroids in beef cattle manure. Journal of Environmental Quality. 42(4):1159-1166.

Biswas, S and Niu, M and Appuhamy, J.A.D.R.N and Leytem, A.B. and Dungan, R.S. and Kebreab, Ermias and Pandey, P (2016) Impacts of dietary forage and crude protein levels on the shedding of Escherichia coli O157:H7 and Listeria in dairy cattle feces. Livestock Science. 194:17-22. 1 December 2016.

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.

Burritt, E.A. and Mayland, H.F. and Provenza, F.D. and Miller, R.L. and Burns, J.C. (2005) Effect of added sugar on preference and intake by sheep of hay cut in the morning versus the afternoon. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 94:245-254.

Fisher, D.S. and Burns, J.C. and Mayland, H.F. (2005) Ruminant selection among switchgrass hays cut at either sundown or sunup. Crop Science. 45:1394-1402.

Fisher, Dwight S. and Mayland, Henry F. and Burns, Joseph C. (2002) Variation in ruminant preference for alfalfa hays cut at sunup and sundown. Crop Science. 42:231-237.

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.

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.

MacAdam, Jennifer W. and Mayland, Henry F. (2003) The relationship of leaf strength to cattle preference in tall fescue cultivars. Agronomy Journal. 95:414-419.

Mayland, Henry F. and Flath, Robert A. and Shewmaker, Glenn E. (1997) Volatiles from fresh and air-dried vegetative tissues of tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea Schreb.): Relationship to cattle preference. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 45(6):2204-2210.

Mayland, Henry F. and Martin, Scott A. and Lee, Julian and Shewmaker, Glenn E. (2000) Malate, citrate, and amino acids in tall fescue cultivars: Relationship to animal preference. Agronomy Journal. 92:206-210.

Mayland, Henry F. and Shewmaker, Glenn E. and Harrison, Philip A. and Chatterton, N. Jerry (2000) Nonstructural carbohydrates in tall fescue cultivars: Relationship to animal preference. Agronomy Journal. 92:1203-1206.

Niu, M and Appuhamy, J.A.D.R.N and Dungan, R.S. and Kebreab, Ermias and Leytem, A.B. (2017) Effects of diet and manure storage method on carbon and nitrogen dynamics during storage and plant nitrogen uptake. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 250:51-58. 1 December 2017.

Niu, M and Appuhamy, J.A.D.R.N and Leytem, A.B. and Dungan, R.S. and Kebreab, Ermias (2016) Effect of dietary crude protein and forage contents on enteric methane emissions and nitrogen excretion from dairy cows simultaneously. Animal Production Science. 56:312-321. 9 February 2016.

Shewmaker, Glenn E. and Mayland, H.F. and Rosenau, R.C. and Asay, K.H. (1989) Silicon in C-3 grasses: Effects on forage quality and sheep preference. Journal of Range Management. 42(2):122-127.

Shewmaker, Glenn E. and Mayland, Henry F. and Hansen, Susie B. (1997) Cattle grazing preference among eight endophyte-free tall fescue cultivars. Agronomy Journal. 89:695-701.

Van Donk, S.J. and Bigas, S and Kranz, W.L. and Snow, D.D. and Bartlelt-Hunt, S.L. and Mader, T.L. and Shapiro, C.A. and Shelton, D.P. and Tarkalson, D.D. and Zhang, T.C. and Ensley, S.M. (2013) Transport of steroid hormones in the vadose zone after land application of beef cattle manure. TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASABE. 56(4):1327-1338. ISSN 2151-0032

Technical Bulletin

Mayland, H.F. and Shewmaker, G.E. (1999) Plant attributes that affect livestock selection and intake. Station Bulletin No. 70. Idaho Forest, Wildlife and Range Experiment Station, University of Idaho, Moscow. 6 pp.

Conference or Workshop Item

MacKay, L.C. and Mayland, H.F. and MacKay, W.P. (2003) Horse preference for alfalfa-grass hay harvested in the afternoon or morning. In: Proc. Western Sec., Amer. Soc. Animal Sci. 54. 2003.

Mayland, H.F. and Shewmaker, G.E. and Fisher, D.S. and Burns, J.C. (2000) Diurnal variation in forage quality affects animal preference and production. pp. 30-34. In: Wisconsin Forage Council, 24th Forage Production and Use Symposium. USA-WI-Wisconsin Dells, 2000/01/25-26.

Mayland, H.F. and Shewmaker, G.E. and Fisher, D.S. and Burns, J.C. (2000) Diurnal variation in forage quality affects animal preference and production. In: Proc. Michigan Hay and Grazing Council. USA-MI-St. Johns, 2000/01/20.

Shewmaker, G.E. and Mayland, H.F. and Hansen, S.B. (2000) Border effects on cattle grazing preference (Session 5:13-14). In: Christie, B.R. (ed.) XVIII Int'l Grassld. Cong. Canada-SK-Winnepeg, Manatoba, and Saskatoon, 1997/06/08-19.

Shewmaker, Glenn E. and Mayland, Henry F. and Hansen, Susie B. (1995) Determining animal preference for grasses: Methods and error analysis. p. 508. In: West, N.E. (ed.) Proc. V Intl. Rangeland Con. Vol. 1. USA-UT-Salt Lake City, 1995/07/23-28. Soc. Range Manage., Denver.

Other

Stevens, Kristen E. and Mayland, Henry F. (2003) Catering to bossy's sweet tooth.

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