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Arthur L Goetsch
Dale Bumpers Small Farms Research Center


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Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
FEED INTAKE AND DIGESTION IN STEERS CONSUMING BROILER LITTER HARVESTED AFTER ONE, THREE, OR SIX BROILER GROWING PERIODS -
INTAKE AND DIGESTION BY HOLSTEIN STEERS CONSUMING DIETS BASED ON LITTER HARVESTED AFTER DIFFERENT NUMBERS OF BROILER GROWING PERIODS OR WITH MOLASSES ADDITION BEFORE DEEP-STACKING -
GROWING AND FINISHING PERFORMANCE AND BODY COMPOSITION FOR ST. CROIX WETHERS CONSUMING GROWING DIETS DIFFERING IN GRAIN AND PROTEIN LEVELS -
ARTERIAL AMINO ACID CONCENTRATIONS IN SHEEP CONSUMING FORAGE DIETS -
INTAKE AND DIGESTION BY HOLSTEIN STEERS CONSUMING DIFFERENT PARTICLE SIZE FRACTIONS OF BROILER LITTER -
FEED INTAKE AND DIGESTION BY DIFFERENT BREEDS OF EWES IN EARLY TO MID-GESTATION CONSUMING DIFFERENT HAY HARVESTS OF TWO TROPICAL GRASSES -
EFFECTS OF UREA, BERMUDAGRASS HAY AND MOLASSES ADDITIONS TO AND COVERING OFDEEP-STACKED BROILER LITTER ON NUTRITIVE VALUE -
FEED INTAKE AND DIGESTION BY DIFFERENT BREEDS OF EWES IN EARLY TO MID-GESTATION CONSUMING DIFFERENT HAY HARVESTS OF TWO TROPICAL GRASSES -
PERFORMANCE BY PREGNANT BEEF COWS CONSUMING DIFFERENT LEVELS OF BROILER LITTER, GRAIN, AND ROUGHAGE -
VISCERAL ORGAN MASS IN WETHERS CONSUMING LOW- TO MODERATE-QUALITY GRASSES -
NET FLUX OF NUTRIENTS ACROSS SPLANCHNIC TISSUES IN WETHERS CONSUMINB AB LIB. DIFFERENT GRASS SOURCES AND PHYSICAL FORMS -
TEMPORAL PATTERN OF NET FLUX OF NUTRIENTS ACROSS SPLANCHNIC TISSUES IN WETHERS CONSUMING DIFFERENT FORAGES -
VISCERAL ORGAN MASS IN WETHERS CONSUMING DIETS WITH DIFFERENT FORAGES AND GRAIN LEVELS -
NET FLUX OF NUTRIENTS ACROSS SPLANCHNIC TISSUES IN WETHERS CONSUMING BERMUDAGRASS OR RYEGRASS-WHEAT SUPPLEMENTED WITH RUMEN UNDEGRADABLE PROTEIN -
NET FLUX OF NUTRIENTS ACROSS SPLANCHNIC TISSUES IN WETHERS CONSUMING GRASS HAY WITH OR WITHOUT CORN AND ALFALFA -
RELATIONSHIPS AMONG SPLANCHNIC TISSUE ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND NET FLUX OF NUTRIENTS, FEED INTAKE AND DIGESTIBILITY IN WETHERS CONSUMING FORAGE-BASED DIETS AD LIBITUM -
EFFECTS OF COVERING AND UREA ADDITION ON COMPOSITION OF DEEP-STACKED BROILER LITTER AND CARBONACEOUS FEEDSTUFF MIXTURES -
INTAKE AND DIGESTION BY STEERS CONSUMING DIFFERENT PARTICLE SIZE FRACTIONS OF BROILER LITTER -
ADDITION OF CARBONACEOUS FEEDSTUFFS TO BROILER LITTER BEFORE DEEP-STACKING -
NET FLUX OF NUTRIENTS ACROSS SPLANCHNIC TISSUES IN WETHERS CONSUMING GRASS HAY WITH OR WITHOUT CORN AND ALFALFA -
NET FLUX OF NUTRIENTS ACROSS SPLANCHNIC TISSUES IN WETHERS CONSUMING AD LIBITUM DIFFERENT PROPORTIONS OF BERMUDAGRASS AND RYEGRASS-WHEAT -
ADDITION OF CONDENSED TANNIN SOURCES TO BROILER LITTER BEFORE DEEP-STACKING -
CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS IN DIFFERENT PARTICLE SIZE FRACTIONS OF DEEP-STACKED BROILER LITTER -
INFLUENCES OF GRASS SOURCE AND LEGUME LEVEL ON NET FLUX OF NUTRIENTS ACROSSSPLANCHNIC TISSUES IN SHEEP -
EFFECTS OF DIETARY LEVEL OF BROILER LITTER ON NET FLUX OF NUTRIENTS ACROSS SPLANCHNIC TISSUES IN SHEEP -
ADDITION OF CONDENSED TANNIN SOURCES TO BROILER LITTER BEFORE DEEP-STACKING -
EFFECTS OF MIXING BROILER LITTER WITH WHEAT STRAW BEFORE DEEP-STACKING AND ALKALINE HYDROGEN PEROXIDE TREATMENT ON FEED INTAKE, DIGESTIBILITY AND PERFORMANCE IN MATURE WETHERS -
ADDITION OF DIFFERENT SOURCES AND LEVELS OF AMINO ACIDS AND SUGARS TO BROILER LITTER BEFORE DEEP-STACKING -
EFFECTS OF FORAGE LEVEL IN BROILER LITTER-BASED DIETS ON FEED INTAKE, DIGESTIBILITY AND PARTICULATE PASSAGE RATE IN HOLSTEIN STEERS AT DIFFERENT LIVE WEIGHTS -
EFFECTS OF SUPPLEMENTING MODERATE- TO LOW-QUALITY GRASS HAY WITH MAIZE AND(OR) RUMEN UNDEGRADABLE PROTEIN ON GROWING AND SUBSEQUENT FINISHING PERFORMANCE AND BODY COMPOSITION OF WETHERS -
Last Modified: 5/2/2016
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