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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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James David May
Poultry Research
Research Leader

Phone: (662) 320-7478 ext. 7478
Fax: (601) 323-3535
Room

606 Spring Street
Mississippi State , MS 397590000


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
EFFECTS OF DRYING METHOD AND REARING TEMPERATURE ON BROILER MANURE NUTRIENT CONTENT -
Sistani, K.R., Rowe, D.E., Miles, D.M., May, J.D. 2001. Effects of drying method and rearing temperature on broiler manure nutrient content. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 32:2307-2316.
EFFECT OF STOCKING DENSITY ON BROILER PERFORMANCE USING SAND AND WOOD SHAVINGS AS BROILER BEDDING MATERIAL -
Miles, D.M., Lott, B.D., May, J.D., Simmons, J.D., Branton, S.L. 2001. Effect of stocking density on broiler performance using sand and wood shavings as broiler bedding material [abstract]. Poultry Science 80S:15.
HIGH CYCLIC TEMPERATURES WITH DIFFERING AIR VELOCITIES: THE EFFECT ON PERFORMANCE OF MALE BROILERS -
Lott, B.D., Simmons, J.D., May, J.D., Branton, S.L., Miles, D.M. 2001. High cyclic temperatures with differing air velocities: The effect on performance of male broilers [abstract]. Poultry Science. 80(Supplement1):22.
AIR VELOCITY AND HEAT DISSIPATION FROM BROILERS -
May, J.D., Lott, B.D., Simmons, J.D., Miles, D.M. 2000. Air velocity and heat dissipation from broilers. Proceedings XXI World Poultry Congress Conference. p. 15-17.
PHOSPHORUS EXCRETA: EFFECT OF DIET AND REARING ENVIRONMENT IN MALE AND FEMALE BROILERS -
Miles, D.M., May, J.D., Lott, B.D. 2000. Phosphorus excreta: effect of diet and rearing environment in male and female broilers. Procedings XXI World Poultry Congress Proceedings. p. 10-14.
THE EFFECTS OF TS-11 STRAIN MYCOPLASMA GALLISEPTICUM VACCINATION IN COMMERCIAL LAYERS ON EGG PRODUCTION AND SELECTED EGG QUALITY PARAMETERS -
AIR VELOCITY AND BROILER PERFORMANCE -
THE EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE AND BODY WEIGHT ON GROWTH RATE AND FEED:GAIN OF MALE BROILERS -
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