Burns, J.C. 2011. Maturity and Regrowth Influences on Quality of Caucasian Bluestem Hay. Crop Science. 51:1840-1849.
Burns, J.C., Fisher, D.S., Pond, K.R. 2011. Effects of Tall Fescue Forage Mass on Steer Ingestive Behavior and Performance. Crop Science. 51:1850-1864.
Chavez, S.J., Huntington, G.B., Burns, J.C. 2011. Use of Plant Hydrocarbons as External Markers to Measure Voluntary Intake and Digestibility in Beef Steers. Journal of Animal Science. 139:245-251.
Burns, J.C. 2011. Intake and Digestibility Among Caucasian Bluestem, Big Bluestem, and Switchgrass Compared with Bermudagrass. Crop Science. 51:2262-2275.
Burns, JC, Wagger, MG, Fisher, DS. 2009. Animal and pasture productivity of 'Coastal' and 'Tifton 44' bermudagrass at three nitrogen rates and associated soil nitrogen status. Agronomy Journal 101:
Burns, JC, Stone, KC., Hunt, PG, Vanotti, MB, Cantrell, KB, Fisher, D S. 2009. Intake and digestibility of 'coastal' bermudagrass hay from treated swine waste using subsurface drip irrigation. Journal of Environmental Quality 38: 1749-1756.
Cantrell, KB, Stone, KC, Hunt, PG, Ro, KS, Vanotti, MB, Burns, JC. 2009. Bioenergy from coastal bermudagrass receiving subsurface drip irrigation with advance-treated swine wastewater. Bioresource Technology 100: 3285-3292.
Huntington, GB, Magee, K, Matthews, A, Poore, M, Burns, J. 2009. Urea metabolism in beef steers fed tall fescue, orchardgrass, or gamagrass hays. Journal of Animal Science 87: 1346-1353.
Sauve, AK, Huntington, GB, Burns, JC. 2009. Effects of total nonstructural carbohydrates and nitrogen balance on voluntary intake of goats and digestibility of gamagrass hay harvested at sunrise and sunset. Animal Feed Science and Technology 148:93-106.
Yang, Y, Sharma-Shivappa, R, Burns, JC, Cheng, J. 2009. Dilute acid pretreatment of oven-dried switchgrass germplasms for bioethanol production. Energy and Fuels 23:3759-3766.
Burns, JC and EB Godshalk. 2008. Registration of 'Performer' switchgrass. Crop Science 2:29-30.
Burns, JC and EB Godshalk. 2008. Registration of `BoMaster' switchgrass. Crop Science 2:31-32.
Burns, JC, Fisher, DS. 2008. 'Coastal' and 'Tifton 44' bermudagrass availability on animal and pasture productivity. Agronomy Journal 100:1280-1288.
Burns, JC. 2008. ASAS centennial paper - utilization of pasture and forages by ruminants: A historical perspective. Journal of Animal Science 86:3647-3663.
Fellner, V, Burns, JC, Marshall, DS. 2008. Effect of feeding corn, hull-less or hulled barley on fermentation by mixed cultures of ruminal microorganisms. Journal of Dairy Science 91:1936-1941.
Fisher, DS, Burns, JC. 2008. Testing for variation in animal preference for Jesup tall fescue hays with wild-type, novel, or no fungal endophyte. Crop Science 48:2026-2032.
Huntington, GB, Burns, JC. 2008. The interaction of harvesting time of day of switchgrass hay and ruminal degradability of supplemental protein offered to beef steers. Journal of Animal Science 86:159-166.
Vibart, RE, Fellner, V, Burns, JC, Huntington, GB, Green, JT. 2008. Performance of lactating dairy cows fed varying levels of total mixed ration and pasture. Journal of Dairy Research 75:471-480.
Burns, JC and DS Fisher. 2007. Dry matter intake and digestibility of Coastal, Tifton 44, and Tifton 85 bermudagrass hays grown in the Upper South. Crop Science 47:795-810.
Burns, JC, DS Fisher and HF Mayland. 2007. Diurnal shifts in nutritive value of alfalfa harvested as hay and evaluated by animal intake and digestion. Crop Science 47:2190-2197.
Griggs, TC, MacAdams, JW, Mayland, HF, Burns, JC. 2007. Temporal and vertical distribution of soluble carbohydrates, fiber,protein, and digestiblility levels in orchardgrass swards. Agronomy Journal 99:755-763.
Huntington, G and JC Burns. 2007. Afternoon harvest increases readily fermentable carbohydrate concentration and voluntary intake of gamagrass and switchgrass baleage by steers. Journal of Animal Science 85:276-284.
Huntington, GB, Burns, JC, Archibeque, SL. 2007. Urea metabolism in beef steers grazing bermudagrass, Caucasian bluestem or gamagrass pastures varying in plant morophology, protein content and protein concentration. Journal of Animal Science 85:1997-2004.
Burns, JC. 2006. Grazing research in the humid east: A historical perspective. Crop Science 46:118-130.
Burns, JC and DS Fisher. 2006. Intake and digestion of ‘Jesup’ tall fescue hays with a novel fungal endophyte, without an endophyte, or with a wild-type endophyte. Crop Science 46:216-223.
Burns, JC, Fisher, DS, Rottinghaus, GE. 2006. Grazing influences on mass, nutritive value and persistence of stockpiled Jesup tall fescue without and with novel and wild type fungal endophytes. Crop Sci. 46:1898-1912.
Nelson, C and JC Burns. 2006. Fifty years of grassland science leading to change. Crop Science 46:2204-2217.
Burns, JC, HF Mayland and DS Fisher. 2005. Dry matter intake and digestion of alfalfa harvested at sunset and sunrise. Journal of Animal Science 83:262-270.
Burritt, EA, HF Mayland, FD Provenza, RL Miller and JC Burns. 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, DS, JC Burns and HF Mayland. 2005. Ruminant preference for switch grass hays cut at either sundown or sunup. Crop Science 45:1394-1402.
Griggs, T, JW Macadams, HF Mayland and JC Burns. 2005. Nonstructural carbohydrate and digestibility patterns in orchard grass swards during daily defoliation sequences initiated in evening and morning. Crop Science 45:1295-1304.
Magee, KJ, MH Poore, JC Burns and GB Huntington. 2005. Nitrogen metabolism in beef steers fed gamagrass or orchard grass hay with or without a supplement. Canadian Journal of Animal Science 85:107-109.
Mehaffey, MH, DS Fisher and JC Burns. 2005. Photosynthesis and nutritive value in leaves of three warm-season grasses before and after defoliation. Agronomy Journal 97:755-759.
Burns, JC, JG Mcivor, LM Villalobos, RR Vera and DI Bransby. 2004. Grazing system for C4 grasslands: a global perspective. American Society of Agronomy Monograph Series.
Eun, JS, V Fellner, JC Burns and ML Gumpertz. 2004. Fermentation of eastern gamagrass (Tripsacum dactyloides [L.] L.) by mixed cultures of ruminal microorganisms with or without supplemental corn. Journal of Animal Science 82:170-178.
Hanna, WW, CJ Chaparro, BW Mathews, JC Burns and LE Sollenberger. 2004. Perennial pennisetums. American Society of Agronomy Monograph Series.
Stevens, DR, JC Burns, DS Fisher AND JH Eisemann. 2004. The influence of high nitrogen forages on the voluntary feed intake of sheep. Journal of Animal Science 82:1536-1542.
Eun, J, V Fellner, JC Burns and ML Gumpertz. 2003. Eastern gamagrass evaluated as hay or silage for lactating dairy cows. Professional Animal Scientist 19:362-369.
Archibeque, SL, JC Burns and GB Huntington. 2002. Nitrogen metabolism of beef steers fed endophyte-free tall fescue hay: effects of ruminally protected methionine supplementation. Journal of Animal Science 80:1344-1351.
Burns, JC and LE Sollenberger. 2002. Grazing behavior of ruminants and daily performance from warm-season grasses. Crop Science 42:873-881.
Burns, JC, DS Chamblee and FG Giesbrecht. 2002. Defoliation intensity effects on season-long dry matter distribution and nutritive value. Crop Science 42:1274-1284.
Fisher, DS, HF Mayland and JC Burns. 2002. Variation in ruminant preference for alfalfa hays cut at sunup and sundown. Crop Science 42:231-237.
Heagle, AS, JC Burns, DS Fisher, JE Miller. 2002. Effects of carbon dioxide enrichment on leaf chemistry and reproduction by twospotted spider mites (Acari: Tetranychidae) on white clover. Environmental Entomology 31:594-601.
Burns, JC, DS Fisher and HF Mayland. 2001. Preference by sheep and goats among hay of eight tall fescue cultivars. Journal of Animal Science 79:213-224.
Burns, JC and DS Chamblee. 2000. Summer accumulation of tall fescue at low elevations in the Piedmont: I. Fall yield and nutritive value. Agronomy Journal 92:211-216.
Burns, JC and DS Chamblee. 2000. Summer accumulation of tall fescue at low elevations in the humid Piedmont II. Fall and winter changes in nutritive value. Agronomy Journal 92:217-224.