1 - Publications
2 - Peter Balint-Kurti
3 - Fitzgerald Booker
4 - Gina Brown-Guedira
5 - Kent Burkey
6 - Joe Burns
7 - Christina Cowger
8 - Edwin Fiscus
9 - Jim Holland
10 - Matt Krakowsky
11 - David Livingston
12 - David Marshall
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: 32-40.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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